EMI forces « OK Go » to stop YouTube embeds; views drop 90%

The numbers are shocking: When EMI disabled the embedding feature, views of our treadmill video dropped 90 percent, from about 10,000 per day to just over 1,000. Our last royalty statement from the label, which covered six months of streams, shows a whopping $27.77 credit to our account.

-> http://www.nytimes.com/2010/02/20/opinion/20kulash.html

(source: http://digg.com/music/EMI_forces_OK_Go_to_stop_YouTube_embeds_views_drop_90 )

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