BBC to show trailers and news clips on YouTube

BBC to show trailers and news clips on YouTube
LONDON (Reuters) – The BBC said on Friday it had started showing promotional trailers for new programs and clips from old hits on Google’s YouTube in a bid to reach new audiences and boost sales at its commercial arm.[Lees verder]

Latin models put a pretty face on video ringtones
MIAMI (Billboard) – A girl and a song. Warner Music Latin America is banking on that combination to bolster mobile music sales of its catalog.[Lees verder]

Electronics Arts puts soundtrack songs up for sale
LOS ANGELES (Billboard) – After years of highlighting new bands through its many videogames, the world’s largest game publisher is getting into the digital music game.[Lees verder]

Google’s YouTube signing smaller partnerships: paper
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Google Inc. may be frustrated in efforts to reach comprehensive deals with major media companies such as NBC or Viacom Inc. to put their videos on YouTube, but it is signing up hundreds of smaller media partners, The New York Times reported on Friday.[Lees verder]

BBC to show trailers and news clips on YouTube
LONDON (Reuters) – The BBC said on Friday it had started showing promotional trailers for new programs and clips from old hits on Google’s YouTube in a bid to reach new audiences and boost sales at its commercial arm.[Lees verder]

Latin models put a pretty face on video ringtones
MIAMI (Billboard) – A girl and a song. Warner Music Latin America is banking on that combination to bolster mobile music sales of its catalog.[Lees verder]

Electronics Arts puts soundtrack songs up for sale
LOS ANGELES (Billboard) – After years of highlighting new bands through its many videogames, the world’s largest game publisher is getting into the digital music game.[Lees verder]

Google’s YouTube signing smaller partnerships: paper
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Google Inc. may be frustrated in efforts to reach comprehensive deals with major media companies such as NBC or Viacom Inc. to put their videos on YouTube, but it is signing up hundreds of smaller media partners, The New York Times reported on Friday.[Lees verder]

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