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Vevo (stylized as VEVO) is a joint venture music video website operated by Sony Music Entertainment, Universal Music Group, and Abu Dhabi Media with EMI licensing its content to the group without taking an ownership stake. The service was launched officially on December 8, 2009. The videos on Vevo are syndicated across the web, with Google and Vevo sharing the advertising revenue.
Vevo offers music videos from three of the “big four” major record labels: Universal Music Grou...

12 Things You May Have Missed In Online Video This Week

12 Things You May Have Missed In Online Video This Week

That was the week that YouTube announced its Music Video Awards (please bring Miley and Sinead together), Vevo launched in Germany, GoPro unveiled a better, smaller camera, Netflix brought HD to iOS and everyone made an “I Quit” dancing video and uploaded it to YouTube.

August 2013 Online Video Rankings: 47 Billion Videos Watched In U.S.

August 2013 Online Video Rankings: 47 Billion Videos Watched In U.S.

ComScore’s Online Video Rankings are out for August 2013 and there’s very little change from last month with the big players such as YouTube, Vevo, AOL and Fullscreen all holding on to their top positions.

Vevo Are Getting Antsy Over YouTube’s Offline Features

Vevo Are Getting Antsy Over YouTubes Offline Features

YouTube went out on a limb this week with their announcement that mobile users will be able to download video content and watch it offline for up to 48 hours. However, there are rumblings amongst the Partners at this feature and Vevo are the first to opt out of the arrangement.

18 Things You May Have Missed In Online Video This Week

18 Things You May Have Missed In Online Video This Week

Welcome to our weekly round up of online video news where we find out just how well the top YouTube Multi-Channel Networks are faring. BroadbandTV and VEVO announce record viewing figures and Maker acquire further funding for expansion. Oh, and there’s a hamster driving a truck too.

Justin Timberlake’s ‘Nude’ YouTube Video: Why Is This Not OK?

Justin Timberlakes Nude YouTube Video: Why Is This Not OK?

Justin Timberlake’s new video for “Tunnel Vision” has naked women in it. And it got banned. And then it got back on YouTube with an age-restriction warning. Of course this was done on purpose, but how big a deal is it? Respect should go both ways.

YouTube, VEVO to Continue Making Sweet Music Together

YouTube, VEVO to Continue Making Sweet Music Together

YouTube and VEVO have agreed to a deal to keep the music network playing their videos on the site. After months of speculation as to where VEVO would end up, both parties agreed to keep their lucrative relationship alive, which is totally the right thing to do.

Creativity and Fan Engagement Will Dictate the Future of Music Videos

Creativity and Fan Engagement Will Dictate the Future of Music Videos

Marketing music videos are different than they used to be back when MTV first launched on cable back in 1981. Now, up-and-coming artists who don’t have massive radio airplay need to do creative things to get views and drive engagement.

VEVO TV Launches, Old-School MTV Type Programming Is Back

VEVO TV Launches, Old School MTV Type Programming Is Back

VEVO will be launching a new cable channel this year that will play music videos all the time and hopefully won’t succumb to a reality programming phase that will change the channel forever. You can watch the new channel online right now on all the various devices.

Is a YouTube/Vevo Deal Imminent?

Is a YouTube/Vevo Deal Imminent?

In a deal rumoured to be worth around $50m for a 10% shareholder stake, YouTube look set to invest in music distribution group Vevo. Uncertainty has clouded their partnership since December 2012 when both parties failed to reach an agreement regarding their current contract. The …

YouTube Declares War on Black Hatters as Fake Views Start to Vanish

YouTube Declares War on Black Hatters as Fake Views Start to Vanish

YouTube is apparently cracking down on fake views, or black hat view inflation, as forums lit up from users wondering why their accounts were being hit by a "Violation of TOU #4 Section H" disclaimer.  Views started disappearing from the bottom line, and The Daily …

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