EMI partners with YouTube, makes its music available

Internet, Top stories, Web 2.0

EMI has finally struck a deal with YouTube to make its artists’ videos available online.

The deal that will see the likes of The Rolling Stones and Coldplay added to the video sharing site means that the two companies will also work together to develop ways that music videos can be incorporated into user-generated content on YouTube.

Despite the likes of Viacom suing YouTube, this deal marks a continued move towards getting decent legal content onto the service.

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Andy Merrett
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