new york - YouTube Red and Google Play Music are merged into a new music streaming platform. At the New Music Seminar in New York, headmaster Lyor Cohen told YouTube Red that a combination of the two services needed to recruit new subscribers.
Although Cohen did not get the word fusion, according to The Verge, it seems obvious that both services combine to make it less complex for music lovers. The YouTube Red Payment Service removes ads on music videos and allows users to save video clips offline. YouTube Red users get Google Play Music for free. In addition, there is also YouTube Music.
Mother company Google, in a statement to The Verge, will first inform subscribers about changes. 'Music is very important to Google and we evaluate how we can bring together our music services to create the best product for our users, music partners and artists,' explains Google to The Verge.
Cohen also said in New York that he wanted to cooperate more with record labels and copyright holders. 'In my opinion, when building music business, we need to work more closely with each other instead of closing a few deals and seeing a distance from what it takes. '