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Monday, September 28, 2009

Warner Music Group Reconciles with Youtube


Warner Music Group, the company responsible for band’s like Death Cab for Cutie, Jason Mraz and The White Stripes, have announced a reconciliation with the internet video site Youtube, and have given the site permission to post videos featuring music by WMG’s long list of artists, Adversting Age reported. 

This deal is a response to last December’s controversy, when WMG pulled all of their artists’ songs from the popular video site.

If you were unaware that this disagreement ever happened, and were curious as to why you couldn’t find that Rilo Kiley video any more, well here is your answer and your solution all wrapped up into one!

A long with these newfound negotiations, WMG is in talks to join Youtube and Universal Music group in the unveiling of Vevo, a new website that, from day one, will act as this generation’s MTV, focusing solely on becoming the number 1 music video source in the world.  For more information on Vevo, click here.

- Jessica Cole

Currently Listening to:  “Cat People (Putting Out the Fire)” by David Bowie

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