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YouTube Threatens To Block Indie Musicians

YouTube has threatened to block music videos from independent labels that have not yet signed on to its upcoming subscription service, YouTube Music Pass, meaning that many indie musicians could be blacklisted from the streaming service. What do you think?

  • “It serves them right for trying to make it in the music business without the backing of a major corporation.”

    Marty Gruet
    Rain Gutter Installer
  • “Maybe it’s time those indie musicians grow up and help sell some ads like the rest of us.”

    Andrew Benson
    Styrofoam Packing Inspector
  • “What about fan-made ukulele covers of those artists’ songs?”

    Ginger Hawley
    Shoe Salesman