Apple took one step further into the Internet radio business, when it inked a deal with Warner Music Group for music rights this past weekend. Apple already has an agreement with Universal Music Group for recorded music rights, and is reportedly trying to get more licenses to unveil its service in time for its developers conference on June 10. What will the service -- dubbed iRadio by the press -- entail? And what will it mean for other music streaming services like Pandora and Spotify?
Apple Bites Into Radio
Greg Sandoval, senior reporter for The Verge
Larry Marcus, managing director of Walden Venture Capital
David Hyman, founder and CEO of MOG, an online music subscription service; and founder of HYMCO, a music consulting business
Zach Rogue, Founder of Oakland-based indie band Rogue Wave