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Chromecast app selection expands with VEVO, Plex, RealPlayer

Chromecast app selection expands with VEVO, Plex, RealPlayer

There's a whole lot of Chromecast going on in the development department this holiday season, with Google pushing forth word of an extra 10 apps coming to the device by the end of this year. Users will be able to take advantage of music videos with VEVO, sports and oddities with Red Bull.TV, music with Songza, and worldwide news content with PostTV from the Washington Post. Then there's RealPlayer, too!

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Apple TV grows with Vevo, Weather Channel, Smithsonian, Disney

Apple TV grows with Vevo, Weather Channel, Smithsonian, Disney

This week the folks at Apple have pushed a new set of channels to their television companion device Apple TV. These channels include Vevo - a channel that works with massive amounts of music videos, and the Weather Channel for starters. Also up for grabs this week are Disney and the Smithsonian Channel. Disney comes in the form of two new apps, one for the Disney Channel, the other for Disney XD.

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Old school MTV gets reincarnated as VEVO TV

Old school MTV gets reincarnated as VEVO TV

VEVO has just launched a new service that will bring back the good old days of MTV (before it became a network filled with terrible reality TV shows). The new service is called VEVO TV, and it's a 24-hour live music video streaming service. The stream will be composed of new artists, new songs, popular hits, various genres, live concerts and more. VEVO is becoming the Pandora of music videos, bringing viewers their favorite music videos while also exposing them to new material.

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Roku adds Vevo and Spotify channels, still lacking YouTube

Roku adds Vevo and Spotify channels, still lacking YouTube

The Roku Box is a nifty $50 video streaming device that is scarcely larger than one's palm, bringing a variety of content to television sets in up to 1080p. Now users can add Spotify and Vevo channels to the list of music offerings provided by the video device. Certain Roku users will have to wait, however, and there's a catch for using the service that will no doubt disappoint more than a few Spotify fans.

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OUYA and VEVO announce partnership, limited edition console revealed

OUYA and VEVO announce partnership, limited edition console revealed

The Kickstarter campaign for OUYA has given us a handful of pretty big announcements, from Square Enix announcing Final Fantasy III as a launch title for the Android console, to Robert Bowling's reveal that an episodic prequel to Robomodo's upcoming game Human Element will be exclusive to OUYA. Today, however, the OUYA team made an announcement of an entirely different nature, telling Kickstater backers that they have partnered with VEVO. Naturally, this means that OUYA owners will be able to use their console to access VEVO's massive library of music videos.

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VEVO redesigned with Facebook login required

VEVO redesigned with Facebook login required

VEVO, a music video site co-owned by Sony Music and Universal Music, launched a revamped website today along with new iOS and Android apps, all with greater social elements through integration with Facebook. The redesigned VEVO site features a larger player and continuous playback of videos based on personalized playlists sourced from a user's iTunes library and Facebook activity.

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Xbox gets VEVO support in the US and UK

Xbox gets VEVO support in the US and UK

Microsoft has been working hard to turn the Xbox 360 into more than just a game console. Microsoft went a long way towards making that happen when it began using the Kinect to allow Xbox 360 users to navigate entertainment options using their voice and gestures. Microsoft's Xbox 360 team has announced today that fans have a new entertainment option on the console.

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Music video site Vevo wants to be like MTV

Music video site Vevo wants to be like MTV

If you watch music videos on YouTube odds are many of them you have seen are actually vids from Vevo. Vevo is a music video streaming site that owes the bulk of its traffic to YouTube. The downside of that arrangement is that Vevo doesn’t make as much off advertising when its videos are watched via YouTube.

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