YouTube and Warner Music Group have confirmed that the label is to end its nine-month boycott of the video site, but with a deal that alters the way it makes money from YouTube. WMG will now sell advertising around its music videos, rather than relying on Google. The label will set its own prices and keep the majority of the revenue, giving YouTube a slice.

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