YouTube's music service is still on its way, but a report indicates that it will be delayed until later this year.
The Google unit has been working on its music service for some time, but wanted to launch a product that is different from competitors in the space and ready for mass consumption, according to Billboard. The publication, which does not cite any sources, reports YouTube has pushed the launch back to "the second quarter or beyond." Billboard previously reported that the introduction would come in late 2013.
YouTube's service would feature streaming on demand, bringing it into direct competition with similar operations like Spotify, as well as into a more tangential competition with other streamers like Pandora or iHeartRadio. The new service had been expected in late 2013 or early 2014.
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