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Vevo released its first app for Windows 8 and Windows RT on Tuesday, allowing users to stream music videos and similar content from the service. Vevo now has apps on all Microsoft's major platforms.
An update to Google's YouTube app for Android added some interesting code, indicating you could be paying to subscribe to channels in the near future, though the company has been tight-lipped.
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A little over a month ago, Hulu struck a deal with EMI to feature the music label's artists on its site. This brought music videos and concerts from labels such as Virgin, Capitol, and Blue...