Amazon plans to launch high-def music streaming service, says report


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The brand new service might problem Spotify and different music streaming apps. 

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Lower than per week after debuting a free, ad-supported model of Amazon Music for Alexa, Amazon could be planning its subsequent large factor.

The corporate might be working with massive music rights holders to create a high-fidelity music streaming platform, Music Enterprise Worldwide reported Thursday, citing “a number of high-placed music business sources.”  Such a transfer would assist Alexa, Amazon’s voice assistant, higher compete with firms like Tidal, Deezer, Spotify and Apple Music. 

Amazon wasn’t instantly obtainable for remark.

MWB’s sources mentioned Amazon’s high-def service would price about $15 per 30 days and launch earlier than the top of the 12 months. The value could be cheaper than Tidal’s and Deezer’s subscriptions, which price $20 per 30 days. Spotify and Apple haven’t got high-definition streaming choices.

“It is a greater bit charge, higher than CD high quality,” an unnamed supply informed MWB. “Amazon is engaged on it as we communicate: they’re presently scoping out how a lot catalog they will get from everybody and the way they’re going to ingest it.”

Initially revealed April 26 at 10:58 a.m. PT.
Replace, at 11:09 a.m. PT: Added extra particulars.

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