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Rolling Stones and YouTube team up for music channel

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 04 Apr 2008 19:31 User comments (2)

Rolling Stones and YouTube team up for music channel The world's largest video-sharing website, YouTube, has teamed up with The Rolling Stones to launch a new entertainment channel for fans. A statement from Universal Music Group and the band says that fans can upload questions to the Stones about "Shine a Light", a documentary about the band and "any other burning questions."
"By visiting www.youtube.com/livinglegends, viewers will be able to upload footage of themselves asking their questions to Mick Jagger and/or Keith Richards," the statement said. "The best questions will be personally answered, with the subsequent footage of the Rolling Stones available to watch exclusively on this new YouTube channel in a few weeks' time."

YouTube will launch the new music channel titled "YouTube Living Legends" which will invite top artists from around the world to communicate with fans using the site. The YouTube / Rolling Stones collaboration comes just after MySpace launched its new music services for artists.


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2 user comments

17.4.2008 12:12

My burning question:

"So why haven't you guys renewed your contract with your label yet? Thinking of dropping them?"

24.6.2008 3:15
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