Music video service Vevo, which is one of YouTube’s top content suppliers, will not be allowing users to watch its videos through YouTube’s mobile apps if they’re not connected to the Internet. A…
Roku still doesn't have a deal to offer YouTube content directly — and now the Internet set-top maker is stepping up efforts to ink distribution pacts with the site's multichannel networks, promising…
HBO — looking to keep pace with online rival Netflix — is planning to bring its Internet-video service to Google's cheap Chromecast device for TVs. "We are actively exploring supporting Chromecast as…
Google has taken a new tack in trying to get Internet video to HDTVs with the launch of Chromecast, a $35 two-inch dongle that plugs into the back of a television and lets users pull up content from…
Google's YouTube confirmed reports that it has made an investment in Vevo, the Internet music-video service that is YouTube's biggest content partner. New York-based Vevo is majority owned by Sony…
Isn't it interesting that the Cupertino company is replicating the flaw of the major labels, holding onto a past paradigm, a veritable cash cow, until it is trumped by somebody living in the future.
At its sixth annual Google I/O conference on Wednesday, the search giant launched its own subscription streaming music service, dubbed Google Music Play All Access. Tipped by a plethora of rumors…
Warner Music Group posted significant gains in revenue and income, with especially notable bounces in digital revenue, in results for the company's second fiscal quarter ending March 31.
With Spotify establishing a U.S. beachhead, remote access services compete for hearts and wallets.