Facebook will launch its music platform at next month’s f8 developers’conference. Facebook’s f8 conference will take place in San Francisco on September 22. Facebook will be partnering with the likes of Spotify, Rdio and MOG to allow you to stream music on facebook.
Facebook has told media executives in recent days that it will begin letting online music services such as Spotify AB and Rdio Inc. publish user activity on Facebook pages, much like actions such as adding friends or “liking” websites.
Facebook says that’s nothing new. A spokesman for the site told Mashable.com that “many of the most popular music services around the world are integrated with Facebook — and we’re constantly talking to our partners about ways to improve these integrations.”
Mashable has also stated that they’ve heard whispers that Facebook intends for this platform to go beyond music — for example, it’s possible that Netflix could stream movies through Facebook.