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Weekly Poll: Would You Leave Your Current Music Service For YouTube's?
10 December 2017, 02:54 | Lowell Little
Amazon rolls out its streaming music service in 28 new countries
Based on the light details YouTube has plans to offer parts of what Google Play Music offers, and parts of what YouTube Red offers, blending together an on-demand streaming service for music similar to Spotify and video clips like what you'd find on YouTube Red, perhaps for music videos.
Amazon announced today that its Music Unlimited service and the Echo speakers will be available in 28 new countries, primarily from Europe and South America, starting immediately. Meanwhile, Warner Music Group is already signed on to the project. Would you consider giving YouTube's upcoming music subscription service a shot? This service will let YouTube compete with Apple Music and Spotify. Moreover, it will provide more revenue to music labels that have been pushing for more money from the video site. According to a Bloomberg report citing sources familiar with the development, YouTube is prepping to launch a paid music service in March next year. YouTube has been stuck in negotiations with Universal and Sony for more than a year. YouTube has already been contacting artists for help promoting the service.
As this wasn't as successful among the users as its competitors, the company tried again with YouTube Music Key in 2014, which turned into YouTube Red in 2016. Music is one of the most popular genres of video on YouTube, which attracts more than a billion users a month.
Amazon Music Unlimited is a separate service that offers a wider selection than Prime Music.
Some other reports also suggest that, YouTube will merge the YouTube Red's subscription with this Remix platform so the users who have subscribed to YouTube Red will be able to explore the platform simultaneously. However, a launch date in March will remain largely dependent on the other two major companies. Vevo, owned by Universal and Sony, distributes music videos for their acts. Amazon is a pioneer in cloud services via Amazon Web Services, while Google too has made inroads in cloud computing by leveraging its knowledge in AI (artificial intelligence) and machine learning.
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