Sony is losing the boss of its Music Unlimited service, Tim Schaaff, who has announced plans to retire at the end of this year. Schaaff is president of Sony Network Entertainment International, which oversees the company’s music service, as well as film/TV and other digital entertainment offerings. From 1 January, he’ll be replaced by Sony exec Andrew House on a transitional basis – House will continue in his current role as boss of Sony Computer Entertainment, the PlayStation division. It’s unclear how well Music Unlimited is doing, as Sony hasn’t provided any public stats since January 2012, when it said the service had more than 1m active users (Bulletin, 12-Jan-12).

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