The Telegraph is reporting that MySpace Music will go international this September with its UK launch, according to its ad agency sources.”Everyone had expected MySpace Music to launch in April this year as the company had been touring the media agencies organising advertising deals to support the service,” says one digital agency head, claiming that new CEO Owen Van Natta delayed the launch to check the numbers. “He is expected to approve the business plan next week for an early September launch.”The service will compete with, Spotify and We7, although there has been persistent speculation that MySpace’s label partners are unhappy with its performance so far in the US.

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