YouTube reveals Music Key subscription service

News: 14th November 2014 by Louise Dodgson under Artist Managers, Creative & Branding, Media, Music Publishing, Record Labels, Selling & Distributing Your Music

YouTube has this week unveiled its new subscription service Music Key which will allow users to watch music videos without ads and also download content to view offline. Costing £9.99 per month, there should be a decent catalogue of music to choose from with all 3 major labels cooperating with the service, plus hundreds of independent labels too. Will this prove to be serious competition for Spotify, Deezer et al? Currently in a 6 month beta period, time will tell whether YouTube's Music Key will take off. There's links to plenty of articles below for you to find out more...

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