YouTube Music arrives in Spain with news
A few weeks ago the release of YouTube Music in the first countries was announced, launching the Google streaming service that has been extended to 17 new territories, including Spain. Mexico, the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Italy, Ireland, France, Germany, Austria, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Russia, Australia, New Zealand and South Korea complete the list of countries where the platform will be available in its modality of payment, both for YouTube Music (in standard version and with a family plan), as for YouTube Premium, which in addition to including the advantages of YouTube Music, also allows the consumption of videos without ads, listening to videos from other screens, Content download and access to YouTube Originals materials (series and movies).
On Wednesday, June 27, YouTube Music was presented at the Teatro Luchana in Madrid, a party with more than 300 guests that included profiles of all kinds: artists such as C. Tangana or Vetusta Morla, record executives, promoters, management agencies and journalists. musicals. Activities such as Showcases by Jacobo Serra or ST WOODS, among others, and the handing over of the YouTube Gold Button to Karen Méndez (with more than more than 1 million subscribers to her YouTube channel) were developed throughout the three hours the presentation lasted. Its managers feel hopeful with the project that already offers the full YouTube catalog through a subscription service that will encourage fans to launch streaming. On the other hand, we will try to attract users from other platforms such as Spotify or YouTube. Jay Fowler, Product Manager at YouTube Music, recently told Music Business Worldwide, “We’ve spent a lot of time thinking about our most unique asset and what our assets are. Fourteen months ago, when we put together the YouTube and Google Play Music teams, we were able to take a step back and think: what can we do in this space that is true to our origins and our DNA? “