Warner Music Group has added part of its catalog to digital music subscription service eMusic.

The agreement includes 10,000 catalog titles from Atlantic Records, Rhino Records and Warner Bros. Records, as well as from independent labels distributed through WMG's ADA stable that are not currently sold on eMusic.

But newer hit records are not part of the deal according to Reuters, which also reported that eMusic is planning a streaming service, according to chief executive Danny Stein.

WMG tracks will be available to eMusic's U.S. subscribers, but the deal does not cover international eMusic services.

The focus for eMusic has largely been independent label repertoire, but Sony Music Entertainment licensed its repertoire to eMusic in June 2009.

"As a leader in the music industry's transition to a predominantly digital music business, we have worked hard to encourage and support innovative partners and creative business models that offer our artists unique ways to reach their fans," said Stephen Bryan, SVP, digital strategy and business development at WMG, in a statement. "We are pleased to be making our music available to eMusic's passionate membership."

"Our editors look forward to contextualizing WMG's catalogue with the unique eMusic sensibility our members have come to expect," added Danny Stein, eMusic president and CEO. "We're excited to work with Warner Music Group's labels, and by focusing on their hidden gems as well as classic albums, help them increase sales across their entire catalog."