Music videos distributed by Blue2Digital

Removed from Vevo by Vevo itself in May 2015
Vevo used to be an on demand advertising supported video streaming service, owned and financed by a few major labels including Universal Music Group and Sony Music Entertainment. Blue2Digital used to be one of the most popular independent services for distributing videos to Vevo and YouTube, all until Vevo, without any prior notice, warning or explanation, decided to take down thousands of videos licensed to our clients.
The very most of our clients (artists) whose videos were taken down from VEVO were registered in the United States.
Furthermore, some time later around 1,000 videos were illegally reinstated and financially abused by a New York based company called MarvMent. Having been caught in action, Vevo and MarvMent had to take the videos down (again), but presumptuously denied to reimburse our company and our clients in any way.
Thus we have decided to gather some of the videos together and make them run on our own server by building up our own streaming technology:
* IMPORTANT: Blue2Digital Music TV is not a commercial website and it is not a broadcasting station either. Its only purpose is to present some of extraordinary clients of Blue2Digital's and show their excellence to the world. Unfortunately, this quality was not recognized by Vevo and its supporters having shown no respect to the artists, their work and effort they had made. Any other intention of use or abuse of Blue2Digital Music TV and this website in its entirety is considered unacceptable.
>> Introduction: Scammers in the music business
>> Why did VEVO actually shut down its on demand video streaming website and apps
>> Meet the guys from New York who fabricate invoices, court decisions, official corporate, federal, state and court documents
>> Meet the New York based company suspected of an unauthorized publishing around 1,000 music videos on Vevo
>> Merlin Network - Is there an intention to control the flow of revenues shared between the music platforms, indie artists and labels?
>> Meet the guys from New York suspected of misinforming their clients on the actual status of resellers indirectly distributing videos to Vevo, submission of incorrect information and making promises about guaranteed numbers of views during the period 2014-2015
>> The mystery of a letter allegedly written by a New York law firm partner in October 2015
>> Complaint against TD Bank for approving a wire transfer fraud
>> Complaint against JPMorgan Chase Bank for approving a wire transfer fraud
>> Meet the first Assamese singer who faked tens of millions of views on Vevo
>> Is it possible to report cybercrime in India or not?
>> A letter to Blue2Digital clients
>> Then and now: We present the reasons why you should not send your video to Vevo anymore
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