Back in February we heard that Radio One’s Zane Lowe would be leaving the BBC to Join Apple, the Radio One DJ was said to be headed to the new Apple music streaming service.
Now according to a recent report, Apple has recruited more talent from Radio One, which included Zane Lowe’s former Producer, James Bursey.
Apple have apparently recruited a total of four producers from Radio One shows to work on the new Apple music streaming service.
The new music streaming service from Apple will be based on Beats Music, which Apple acquired when they purchased Beats Audio.
The service is expected to be integrated into Apple’s iTunes and Apple are looking to score exclusive deals with top end artists for the new music streaming service.Filed Under: Apple, Top News