Discussion in 'Waffle' started by BeyondTherapy, Mar 10, 2009.
YouTube to block UK music videos
who cares lol
youtubes getting worse and worse, used to be able to watch all sorts of shit back in the day. loads of the big members have been banned now
fucking anti-piracy bullshit
I pirate all the fucking time
Try to stop me, ill take yer fucking booty
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UK produces shit music anyways who cares
Nothing, cause Youtubes been shut down.
i dont recall a single song, ever, coming from Finland mate!
yay for virgin on demand
HAVE NO FEAR, MTV is here!!...
They have bought the rights to near enough every music video on the net...
CHECK IT OUT
You don't know what you missing son.
i hope i can still stream live performances
Oh well. As long as dnb is all good!
surely it's just the songs that the agencies/artists/record companies have on their youtube channels as they are the only ones getting money for it?
like this >>>http://www.youtube.com/user/leonalewis
and the blocking is only to UK users, not a global ban of all UK produced music
A PRS spokesman was talking about 'most performing musicians earning only about 10k a year' which may well be true....but the 'improved' deal with YouTube would hardly benefit those low earners anyway being as the PRS only covers the major labels.
Smaller name lower-earning artists benefit more from the exposure YouTube gives them rather than losing out on royalties (which they more than likely wouldn't get anyway).
You tube is good for listening to classic dnb tunes so that you can find out there name and then BUY them
not some goofy cat putting up a snipped Heist tune and saying "Yeh i got dis sik nw toon no1 else gt it yt"
if it was only a 30 sec clip things may be looked at different but considering it full length (low quality or not) its full length and with handheld units on the high street that play such files then i see that the PRS have a bloody valid point ..
You may be a dedicated follower of music but lets face it , what fupping right do you have placing a full length version of a mp3 dubplate etc on to youtube for the world to see n hear ... people still think because a file is LOW QUALITY it gives them the right to break copyright laws and do what the fup they like with others music ...
Now within dance music itself theres lots of ghey areas anyway but with the exsplosion of the net in sharing files etc etc you can understand that artists themselves,record labels and the governing bodies of the music industry are trying to get some control back ....
Yes youtube has its positive points but its has some ingredable negative angles to it too and im not just talking about music there ....
anyway thats my 2pence on the subject
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