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UK to trial online-video age ratings

Coming soon to YouTube music videos in the UK: a ratings system that warns parents if the content of an online video is inappropriate for their kids.

Struggling Vevo may be up for sale

Yahoo, Amazon, Dreamworks Animation and Liberty Media are reportedly among suitors queuing up to buy Vevo, the largest provider of music videos online.

Yahoo, Vevo try again, expanding video licensing and promotion

Yahoo, whose music-streaming partnership with Vevo reportedly hasn't been generating much user interest, is taking another shot, announcing a new deal with the service to bring live concert events, original music programming and thousands of Vevo's music videos to Yahoo Screen.

Top 3 online video up-and-comers: HitBliss, Target Ticket and VEVO

With the online video industry growing at an impressive rate, it's becoming more and more important for video streaming services to differentiate themselves from one another. They are doing so by finding new ways to get their content in front of consumers, seeking out the newest, hottest offerings and creating innovative new business models that cater to viewers' individual profiles.

Apple TV adds Disney, Vevo, other apps

Apple's streaming video device, the Apple TV, added apps from Disney, The Weather Channel, the Smithsonian and Vevo this week.

Vevo launch on Apple TV, other devices said to be imminent

Vevo, the online video joint venture between major music labels, will release a new app for Apple's Apple TV, possibly by the end of the week, multiple press reports said.

Vevo may launch 24-hour network on Apple TV

Vevo, the online video joint venture between major music labels, reportedly plans to launch a new app on Apple TV which will feature a 24-hour network.

VEVO targets cable with music video network

Online music service VEVO launched VEVO TV, a music network for the Internet and cable TV. The service currently is accessible on VEVO.com and as a mobile app for Apple's iOS, Android and Windows tablets and phones.

Reports: Google wants to buy a chunk of VEVO

Google is reportedly looking to put $50 million into music video service VEVO, with the goal of keeping VEVO's music videos on its YouTube online video service.

Music videos foster Disney, VEVO collaboration

Walt Disney Co.'s Disney Interactive and music video and entertainment platform VEVO have announced plans to join forces and create "family-friendly music and video experiences," according to a press release issued Monday.