LOS ANGELES, CA Friday Jun.1.2007 /netmusiccountdown.com/ --
Electronista.com reports that YouTube and EMI have struck a deal that will make the music label's content
legally available on the popular video-upload site.
That means YouTube patrons now have permission to use clips from artists including Coldplay, Radiohead, and Joss Stone on their own websites. According to the label, EMI's artists will be paid individually based on their viewership.
EMI has also just launched their DRM-free catalogue on Apple's iTunes online music store.
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