Back in February, Zane Lowe announced he'd be leaving BBC Radio 1 behind to go work for Apple. Specifically, he would be working on their new streaming service (following their acquisition of Beats Music), which was officially announced last month.

But, according to Music Business Worldwide, Apple continues to poach staff from the Radio 1 roster. Firstly, Lowe's old producer James Bursey is understood to have left the station last week, and will be teaming up with Lowe in Los Angeles. Then there's another pair of producers: Natasha Lynch, who's worked on Huw Stephens' show, and Kieran Yeates, who apparently heads up BBC Introducing (a spotlight for up-and-coming artists). These two would stay and work at Apple's London office.

A source for MBW said, "There's no denying that there's something of an exodus from Radio 1 to Apple right now."

Details of Apple's music streaming service are few and far between. However, we do know two things: Trent Reznor is involved and the name "Beats Music" will be dropped.