Chairman, Interscope Geffen-A&M, Co-Founder, Beats by Dr. Dre

Starting out as a studio engineer working with the likes of Bruce Springsteen, Jimmy Iovine became a producer for acts like Tom Petty and U2, and founded a record label that signed artists ranging from Eminem to the Black Eyed Peas to Lady Gaga. In his spare time, he has co-created a best- selling line of headphones. For his next act, Iovine wants to convince the world to sign up for his new subscription music service, slated for launch later this year.

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Beats Music Targeting January Launch

Another music subscription service that was supposed to arrive this year is being pushed back. But Jimmy Iovine’s project is still supposed to show up soon.

HTC Sheds Remaining Beats Stake as Carlyle Group Invests in the Audio Company

The troubled Taiwanese phone maker will get a reported $265 million for its remaining 25 percent stake in Beats.


Beats By Dre Looks to Drop HTC

The maker of the popular Beats by Dr. Dre headphones is looking to buy out its Asian partner and bring in a new investor that can provide it with fresh funds for growth, people familiar with the matter said.

Spotify Takes a Page From the Twitter Playbook, Buys Music Discovery App Tunigo

Lots of tracks out there. Who’s going to help you find the ones you want to hear?

Jimmy Iovine Explains His $60 Million Music Plan

How do you take on Apple, Pandora, Facebook and Google? With awesome taste, the producer and headphone impressario tells Walt Mossberg. Here’s the full Dive Into Media interview.

Day Two at D: Dive Into Media 2013, in Pictures and Tweets

Storified: The best tweets and pictures from the second day of D: Dive Into Media.

With Beats, Jimmy Iovine — Not Facebook — Will Tell You What Music You Want

Curators, not your friends, know music better, according to the iconic music producer.

Listen Up! Beats Boss Jimmy Iovine Comes to Dive Into Media.

Next month’s lineup is groaning with heavy hitters, but there’s always room to add a music icon to the list.

Beats’ Jimmy Iovine on Steve Jobs, Spotify and Why He Can Make Subscriptions Work

Why can’t the tech guys make music subscriptions work? Because they’re tech guys, says the music kingpin.

Beats’ New Music Subscription Service Gets a New Boss: Topspin’s Ian Rogers

The headphone-maker plans to launch a Spotify-like service of its own later this year. It’s relying on an industry veteran to help break through a crowded field.

HTC Cuts Back Beats Investment