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YouTube plan to block content from independent labels

News: 18th June 2014 by Louise Dodgson under Media, Record Labels, Selling & Distributing Your Music

A few weeks ago we told you that YouTube was coming under fire from record labels about the rates they pay for music videos plays via the platform. As a result of this many independent labels including Domino and Beggars Group have not yet signed the renewed licensing agreement from YouTube and now face having their music content pulled from the site if they do not comply within a matter of days. Read up on more info about this situation via the links below...

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http://www.completemusicupdate.com/article/indie-labels-refusing-to-sign-new-youtube-agreement-will-see-content-pulled-in-a-matter-of-days/

http://techcrunch.com/2014/06/17/indie-labels-face-youtube-block-over-unsigned-new-terms-for-paid-service/


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