Last.fm Embeds Youtube Videos
Online radio service Last.fm, which belongs to CBS, has come under pressure from the likes of Pandora, Rdio or Spotify. As a means to ease the burden of licensing costs, Last.fm is starting to embed Youtube videos for many songs, which ensures that Google, owner of Youtube, will pay the licensing fees. This experiment is still in Beta, so Last.fm can evaluate user feedback.
Read more here at Venturebeat.