Watch your back, Spotify. YouTube has launched YouTube Music, a new music app. Among other features, the app allows users to search for artists and play individual songs and albums. It has a pool of about 30 million licensed audio tracks, similar to competitors. The service includes other numerous other features, like music videos, concert footage, and even karaoke tracks. There’s a free, ad-supported version of the app, as well as an ad-free version for YouTube Red subscribers. The subscription version includes additional features, including the ability to relegate videos to the background or even eliminate them altogether, listening only to the audio, to conserve battery life and data. YouTube Red subscribers can also opt for offline playback, and have the service create an automatic playlist – updated daily – that falls within whatever data restrictions the user specifies.
Misfits Gaming is making history, announcing (along with the Miami Heat) a broad-ranging deal described as “one of the most comprehensive sponsorship partnerships in esports” with Alienware. Dealpoints will see the team leverage the brand’s slate of gear across an entire slate of categories that include laptop, desktop, mice, keyboard, mousepad, monitor and training analytics. […]
FACEIT is announcing plans to host the first UK-based Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Major at London’s SSE Arena, Wembley. The tournament will run from Sept. 20-23 with tickets on sale starting April 2. “The community has been at the heart of everything we do at FACEIT, and we’re so grateful for the support of the players […]
Wendy Williams revealed today on her syndicated talk show that she has Graves disease and hyperthyroidism. The show will go on a three-week hiatus beginning today (February 22) so Williams can focus on her health.
Because we don’t have enough political drama… WE tv will begin airing binge-a-thons of CBS drama series Madam Secretary on Wednesday, March 7 from 7p-4a. Beginning the following week, Wednesday, March 14, the series will air during all-day binge-a-thons on Wednesdays from 10a-4a.
After a run that topped 35 years, Mike Patrick’s stay at ESPN is over. Patrick began his play-by-play role with the network in 1982, but the network announced yesterday that his last event with the company was the 2017 AutoZone Liberty Bowl on Dec. 30. During that span, Patrick’s role included serving as the voice […]