YouTube Aims For Music Videos
Ambitious is probably a gross understatement for the latest plans unveiled by YouTube, the video sharing website that's been gaining major hype over the last year and subsequently changing the way we think about TV. Co-founder Steve Chen recently mentioned that YouTube aims to have every music video ever created on its site within the next year and a half. Videos would be offered free of charge and available for users to post to their profiles.
Sources say YouTube has been extremely forthcoming about contacting labels to obtain the videos. The company's sheer determination to see their plan come together might make the word "forthcoming" something of an understatement as well. The next few months will likely tell all...
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