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Jimmy Iovine said to be transitioning to consulting role at Apple

Back in January, reports surfaced that Jimmy Iovine was planning to exit Apple later this year — four years after selling Beats to the company. The music exec issued a semi-denial at the time, stati

Jimmy Iovine says he’s not leaving Apple

Last week, Billboard reported Jimmy Iovine, the person who sold Beats to Apple in 2014, was set to leave Apple in August. Well, Iovine says that's not true, Variety reports. In a conversation with Var

Jimmy Iovine is reportedly leaving Apple this year

Jimmy Iovine, the music mogul who sold Beats to Apple in 2014, is reportedly leaving Apple later this year (in August), Billboard reports. Word on the street is that Iovine’s departure is timed

Jimmy Iovine confirms Apple Music’s plans to offer original video content

Earlier this month, The Wall St. Journal reported how Apple is working to bring in veteran producers to help create original content, including TV series and movies for an expanded Apple Music service

Apple Launches Beats1, A 24/7 Worldwide Radio Station

Apple’s Jimmy Iovine announced Beats1, the first ever live worldwide 24-hour radio station would be coming to Apple Music at WWDC15 today. “Trent Reznor called me up. He says ‘I got

Gillmor Gang: EarPlay

The Gillmor Gang — Doc Searls, Dan Farber, Keith Teare, Robert Scoble, and Steve Gillmor — grow more and more convinced that Apple is in for a good time this fall. The blending of streaming with d

Jimmy Iovine And Eddy Cue Talk Acquisition, Say Beats Music Has 250k Subscribers

Now that Apple has formally announced its $3 billion acquisition of Beats, both Apple SVP Eddy Cue and Beats co-founder Jimmy Iovine have a lot to talk about. Three weeks after the deal was first repo

Gillmor Gang: Eat Your Beats

The Gillmor Gang — Josh Miller, Robert Scoble, Keith Teare, Kevin Marks, and Steve Gillmor — welcome the latest Jobsian takedown of the music cartel, the presumed acquisition of the Beats hardware

Dr Dre Appears To Confirm Beats/Apple Deal, Calls Himself ‘The First Billionaire In Hip Hop’

Update: Apple announced the $3 billion deal on May 28th. “It’s not often you get to listen to Beats with Mr Beats himself.” So starts what looks like a selfie-video by musician Tyres