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Google admits it has too many music streaming services

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It looks like Google is finally admitting what we all already know: The company has too many damn music streaming platforms. 

YouTube’s head of music confirmed on Thursday that the company plans to consolidate its two music streaming services into one platform.

Speaking at a conference in New York Thursday, Youtube music chief Lyor Cohen said Google will combine YouTube Red and Google Play Music into a single service, according to a report from The Verge

It’s not clear when this will happen or if the new combined service will be rebranded, but it’s nonetheless a welcome move considering how complicated its current offerings are.  Read more…

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