iTunes Radio launched in the US earlier last month, following the public release of both iOS 7 and iTunes 11.1, however for other countries, its release date is still unknown, however according to Bloomberg the service may begin rolling out to other regions in early 2014.

Citing a source that they claim has  “knowledge of the situation”, Bloomberg have today reported that the UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand may get the service in early 2014, beating Pandora to the punch in both the UK and Canada.

However officially this is yet to be confirmed, with the only indication of the service coming to other countries being an interview with AP last week with Eddy Cue who said the following:

“One of our top priorities is to bring iTunes Radio obviously here in the U.K. but everywhere in the world, we certainly want to be in more than 100 countries.”

Source: Bloomberg

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