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About two months ago, we exclusively reported that Facebook would launch its music platform at its annual f8 conference. CNBC now reports that it will happen at the much-delayed annual developer hoopla, which is now scheduled to be held Sept. 22 in San Francisco.

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In a post about two months ago we exclusively reported that Facebook would launch its music platform at its annual f8 conference.  CNBC now reports that would happen at the much-delayed annual developer hoopla, which is now scheduled to be held Sept. 22 in San Francisco.

“What’s less clear is exactly how Facebook’s music platform would work,” writes CNBC’s Jon Fortt.

Yo Jon, here’s a clue. Just read my post and get an idea of how Facebook’s music platform is most likely to work. I even listed all the features of Facebook music and outlined some of the interactions.

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