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  • Google Play, Itunes, Youtube

    Has anyone else noticed the increasing number of music videos on Youtube that are from Google Play/ iTunes?
    They claim to be automatically generated - what does that mean?
    Will the artists get some money if we play them - and if so how? Or is it just a marketing ploy to get people to buy the track?
    I'm sure that this has been going on for ages and I've only just noticed it
    Thanks
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  • #2
    They´re really boring videos as well. Not a hint of wine spilling in slow motion, men being lizards or a body popper being electrocuted on a toilet seat.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by babycart View Post
      They´re really boring videos as well. Not a hint of wine spilling in slow motion, men being lizards or a body popper being electrocuted on a toilet seat.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Expiry2011 View Post
        They claim to be automatically generated - what does that mean?
        Idk what Youtube's relationship w Itunes is, but Google owns Youtube so it's unsurprising that their algorhythms would 'automatically' veer you towards Google Play..

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        • #5
          i think its linked to itunes/ digital outlets. i think it does mean the artist (or copyright owner at least) gets paid.
          though its like .0001 per play
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