YouTube is the devil claims Metallica's manager
Vevo might be the new MTV for millennials, who might not know MTV that played music a few decades ago. Vevo CEO Erik Huggers had an interview at a Hunter Walk blog talking about YouTube, subscription base and the future.
Waving a fist at YouTube Red
Vevo is completely ad supported, but according to Vevo's CEO Erik Huggers this is about to change as the outfit launches a video subscription service.
Getting into entertainment did not help that much
Logitech’s attempts to exit its iconic mice making business and get into something more musical did little for the company’s bottom line this year.
Beats Adele and Justin Bieber, not literally but tragically
David Bowie's video released just three days before his death has set an absolute record for the Vevo video streaming platform.
Industry's tallest tree cut down by a herring
The Apple Messiah Steve Jobs is responsible for the destruction of the music industry, so everytime you hear Justin Bieber or Taylor Swift or that god awful Adel it is apparently his fault, according to Pandora supremo Mike Herring.
Jon Carvill is now VP of communications
A rock star PR who worked as a Senior Director of communication at Qualcomm has been poached by the music outfit Vevo.
Watchdog starts snuffling
Not contented being caught red-handed trying to raise the cost of ebooks, the fruity cargo cult Apple is attempting to sting its rivals in the music business.
You can't afford us any more, see ya
While Greece is worried about having to give all their cash to the Germans, at least they will not have to worry about its citizens wasting their money on Apple's latest musical gimmick.
Launches its own music streaming service
The Search Engine Google has forced the fruity retailer of overpriced toys onto the back foot by releasing a free version of its music streaming service for a fraction of the price.
Is Cook the Oh my God Father?
US Investigators have sent their elite team of untouchable law enforcers to investigate the racketeering allegations against the self-styled book king of Cupertino – Apple.