Vevo Articles

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...

Brightcove Lands EMI In Exclusive Video Distribution Deal

Today Brightcove has announced that they have formalized a content agreement with EMI Music to be the premier provider of online video distribution services for the entire corporation.  That adds EMI to the list of major labels already partnering with Brightcove, including Sony, Universal, and …

Despite A Dip, US Online Video Views Are Up 120% for 2010

comScore starts off another year of online video tracking and so do we.  Many have reported on the decline in video views for January 2010 when compared to December 2009.  However, even with the decline of 2.5%, when you look at the numbers year over …

YouTube’s Music Video Discovery Service, Disco, Is Cool

YouTube seems to be constantly on the move, an ever-changing landscape of new services and features for video fans.  Even as their fifth anniversary passes, they seem to be continually striving for enhancements and improvements. Some of these changes are hits—such as the YouTube Safety …

Vevo – It’s Kind of Like Hulu for Music Videos – Kind Of

The New York Times wrote today about how three of the largest music labels in the U.S. are joining forces on a new video site called Vevo.  Vevo, from Sony, EMI, and Universal, (they are still wooing Warner Music, apparently) will feature artists' music videos …

Warner Music Close To Deal With YouTube for Music Videos

Warner Music Group and YouTube are said to be close to a deal to bring music videos from Warner's artists back to the video sharing site.  You may remember that Warner pulled their artists' videos in December of 2008 over a licensing rights dispute.

Universal and YouTube Team Up for Premium Service – VEVO

What do You get when You cross U(MG) with YouTube? Well aside from a lot of U's in the sentence you get a premium music and video service. Universal Music Group (UMG) and YouTube are going to create and launch a new service called VEVO …

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