Music video service Vevo has launched today in Germany, marking its 13th country rollout to date.
Announcing the launch, Vevo said that going live in Germany was a “milestone” for the service and that German viewers will now be able to access more than 75,000 HD music videos, live concerts and original music programming from international and local acts.
“From the day I joined Vevo with a mandate to expand the video platform’s global presence, a launch in Germany was my top priority. It took us two years of hard work to get to this day and I couldn’t be more thrilled,” said Nic Jones, Vevo’s senior vice president, international.
Vevo’s music video platform can be accessed from its own mobile, tablet and connected TV apps, as well as on Vevo.com. Earlier this year, YouTube also renewed its agreement with Vevo with YouTube’s owner Google taking a stake in the business.
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