The company running the VidZone streaming music videos service for PlayStation 3 says it’s been successful so far, punching above its weight to secure world premieres of videos ahead of MTV, MSN and Yahoo.”Now it’s a case of labels coming back to us and saying ”okay, how can you lead the music video strategy for the new music release of our artists?,” VidZone director of marketing Louisa Jackson tells VidZone now has more than 13,000 videos which have been watched more than 100 million times – and is planning to introduce commerce features and expand globally in the coming months.”We’ll make some announcements in the near future about a number of different services and elements we’re going to be adding. Some of which revolve around more paid for items associated with music,” says director of new business development Michael Russo.”We are exploring opportunities about interacting with other music related products around the music video. Whether they are available free or are charged is still being debated.”

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