Mountain View, Calif. – Google (NASD: GOOG) is reportedly in
"accelerated" negotiations with music publishers’ licensing group the
Harry Fox Agency, for rights to offer its repertoire on a forthcoming music
store, the New York Post reported, citing music industry sources.
says Google vice president Andy Rubin is in talks with the Harry Fox Agency.
The sources told the Post the talks mean
a prospective Google Music store could launch as soon as November or December.