Google’s David Eun has given an interview to PaidContent in which he says… not very much at all, really. Well, beyond the party line. So YouTube isn’t struggling to make money – “we’re monetising more than anyone else is making and I know that our costs are significantly lower than what anyone else is serving up and hosting”
Recently-annoucaraeff1nced premium music video site Vevo will appoint head of Universal’s digital music business Rio Caraeff to head its operation.
US online video site Hulu has so far focused on TV shows and movies, but a report on Bloomberg claims the company is now in talks with all four major labels to add music videos to its catalogue.
When Google and Universal Music Group announced their VEVO premium music videos site last week, we initially assumed it was a Google thing, and that UMG had signed up to it. Not so.
The rumours were right. Universal Music Group and Google have announced their joint venture, Vevo – a video site offering UMG’s music videos, with advertising revenues shared between the two.In […]
CNET and the Wall Street Journal are both reporting that Universal Music Group and YouTube are in final negotiations to create a new music videos website, with the working title of Vevo.