Beats Music boss Ian Rogers will add iTunes Radio to his management portfolio, according to multiple reports. Rogers will report to Eddy Cue, Apple's SVP of Internet Software and Services. Each service - the Pandora-like iTunes Radio and paid-only subscription music service Beats - will remain separate brands, at least for now. Rogers joined Beats last year from artist marketing platform Topspin Media, where he was CEO. He was previously an exec at the now defunct Yahoo Music. Reports of Rogers expanded role surfaced on Friday after Apple announced that it had finalized its $3 billion purchase of Beats. "Music...

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