EMI, Sony Music Entertainment and Warner Music Group have signed on the dotted line for BSkyB’s Sky Songs music service, which according to the Telegraph will launch this week in the UK (although Billboard says next Monday). They join original partner UMG, with Beggars Group, PIAS and The Orchard representing indies. There will be two pricing tiers: £6.49 a month gets you unlimited streaming and 10 tracks, while £7.99 gets you unlimited streaming and 15 tracks. Additional songs can be bought from £0.65. “Our music partners bring an outstanding catalogue and unrivalled expertise that complements Sky’s strengths in content distribution,” says BSkyB COO Mike Darcey.

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