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Topic - Vevo
Vevo, stylized as VEVO, is a music video website. It is a joint venture between Sony Music Entertainment, Universal Music Group, and Abu Dhabi Media with EMI licensing its content to the group without taking an ownership stake. The service was launched officially on December 8, 2009. with Google and VEVO sharing the advertising revenue. - Source: Wikipedia
NEW YORK | Internet video wants some of television's ad dollars, and it's not above a little copycatting to help the cause.
Internet video wants some of television's ad dollars, and it's not above a little copycatting to help the cause.
With TV screens and social networking in mind, the music video site VEVO has launched a significant redesign.
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