Apple's iTunes Radio service reportedly will pay indie labels more than Pandora

Apple is offering independent record labels more generous payment terms for music to be played on its forthcoming iTunes Radio streaming-music service, compared with Pandora Media's rates, an analysis of the services terms indicates. Apple declined to comment on the report, while Pandora execs said the two services couldn't be compared directly because they work differently.

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