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Photo: YouTube. Just in case you needed a reason to feel old, YouTube will celebrate its 10th birthday this weekend.
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BTS also set a new record for the most-watched YouTube premiere with ‘Dynamite.’

For the last two decades of the 20th century, the music industry rotated along the axis of MTV. The company represented a direct line into the hearts and minds of music consumers around the world, and the their main form of expression was music video. What a difference from today, where the company is more focused on reality television than music videos, and is now in a battle with Vevo to serve the music video watching populace on the web. Read more about how things changed and the current world of music videos after the jump. It was the digital revolution in the late 90s that really put the pressure on the entire music industry as it was. Music videos, which primarily served as an advertisement for record sales, feared losing their pillars of support as the big labels worried about declining CD sales as a result of among other things the availability of music online, for free. As we can see in the image below, it was after the time of MP3. Image courtesy of Robert A. This led MTV to continue their expansion into other areas like television, and as they made the transition, actual music videos starting getting less time on the air. This led to what can only be called the dark years of music video.
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The video-sharing site turns 10 years old this weekend.

BTS has set a new record for garnering the most views on YouTube within 24 hours of its release. The K-pop group's latest dance number, Dynamite, has racked up In doing so, it surpassed the previous record held by fellow K-poppers Blackpink with their music video, How You Like That. Dynamite not only became the first to cross the million-views landmark on YouTube, but it also broke a record for the most-watched YouTube premiere. Premiering on August 21, the upbeat music video became the top-trending video on YouTube within just 12 hours. However, YouTube later confirmed to Variety that the official view count was actually Dynamite also set a new record for the most-watched YouTube premiere, with over three million live concurrent viewers. The previous record for the most views within the first 24 hours was held by Blackpink for the song, How You Like That. Released in June, the video racked up an official tally of It also became the fastest video in YouTube history to hit million views, having done so in just 1.
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For the last two decades of the 20th century, the music industry rotated along the axis of MTV. The company represented a direct line into the hearts and minds of music consumers around the world, and the their main form of expression was music video. What a difference from today, where the company is more focused on reality television than music videos, and is now in a battle with Vevo to serve the music video watching populace on the web.

Read more about how things changed and the current world of music videos after the jump. It was the digital revolution in the late 90s that really put the pressure on the entire music industry as it was.

Music videos, which primarily served as an advertisement for record sales, feared losing their pillars of support as the big labels worried about declining CD sales as a result of among other things the availability of music online, for free.

As we can see in the image below, it was after the time of MP3. Image courtesy of Robert A. This led MTV to continue their expansion into other areas like television, and as they made the transition, actual music videos starting getting less time on the air. This led to what can only be called the dark years of music video.

Enter YouTube in For five years, YouTube and music industry companies like MTV struggled to understand how their content was being displayed for free on YouTube, and attempted to implement measures to ban the content. Any consumer could have told you that was a losing fight, as it was 10 companies vs. So eventually, YouTube realized that they may have a way to deliver some revenue to the music video creators, and YouTube owned by Google developed an algorithm to detect copyright material and then to display ads and pay the original creator.

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