YouTube Reveals New Music Streaming Service. YouTube has announced its new music streaming service—a revamped version of YouTube Music that will compete with subscription platforms like Spotify, Apple Music, and Tidal. This new service comes out on Tuesday, May 22.
There’s a free, ad-supported tier as well as YouTube Music Premium, which will be available at $9.99 per month. It launches initially in the U.S., Australia, New Zealand, Mexico, and South Korea. The service will eventually be rolled out in 14 additional countries. Existing Google Play Music subscribers will instantly get access to the new service. However, Google Play Music is being phased out, USA Today reports. There’s no set date for when Google Play Music goes away for good. For artists, there will be analytics tools to keep track of play counts and assess fan demographics. http://avaliveradio.com/jaxdaily-youtube-newmusicstreaming/
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