Music videos online to be given age ratings

News: 6th October 2014 by Louise Dodgson under Creative & Branding, Media

Last Friday a pilot scheme launched to add age ratings to music videos online. The likes of YouTube and Vevo have agreed to partake, alongside major labels Sony, Warner Brothers and Universal. The implementation of ratings has stirred up mixed opinions. Do you think it's a good idea in terms of protecting what young people see or will planting an 18 age rating on a music video make people want to see it even more?

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