Evidence continues to mount that Facebook is working on a music streaming service. The social network is currently recruiting three music-focussed roles, Music Business Worldwide reports, including a 'Label Music Business Development Lead'. Their job? To lead Facebook's strategy and negotiations with music labels around the world, plus "collaborating with our product and media partnerships teams to ensure a coordinated and best-in-class licensing structure".
All of which points to Facebook cooking up a music service.
The successful candidate will also "work with Facebook's product and partnerships teams to ensure a comprehensive music strategy that supports our efforts to make the world more connected on Facebook."
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The two other roles are similar, but focussed on the North America and international markets.
Last month, Facebook advertised for a Legal Director of Music Licensing. It also recently hired Tamara Hrivnak - an executive who has spent time at YouTube and Warner Music Group - as its head of global music strategy.
Facebook hasn't announced its music plans yet. But with all these hires it looks to be cooking up something, and all signs point to a streaming service to rival the likes of Spotify and Apple Music.
Facebook is also getting into TV. It's in talks with media companies to produce 'TV-like' shows up to 10 minutes in length.