Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga Videos Pulled From YouTube [UPDATED]

UPDATE: All of the Bieber Vevo videos, Miley Cyrus’ “Party In The USA” and Rhianna’s “What’s My Name” have been restored. Lady Gaga’s official video for “Bad Romance” still seems to be missing. ORIGINAL ARTICLE: If you’re browsing the Twittersphere…

Lady Gaga You and I Video Announced With Her 1000th Tweet

Lady Gaga – Mother Monster, Twitter commander, has made good on her word and announced the YouTube debut of her latest video via Twitter. Last week, we explored the viral takeoff of her stripped-down “Edge of Glory” performance on the…

MySpace Launches Music Romeo Video App

MySpace has launched a free music video application that can be accessed via its website or on the iPad.

The app called MySpace Music Romeo allows users to choose from 15 music genres such as pop or hip-hop and 13 moods including "chill" and "studying."

Music Romeo features a "Love" icon that users can click on when a favorite song is played and it will be added to their "Love" list. The more songs a user loves, the more Romeo plays music based on favorites.

YouTube Looking For Indie Bands

YouTube has expanded its partner program and has introduced "Musicians Wanted" aimed at getting independent bands or artists to submit music videos to the site.

Interested independent bands or artist can apply for Musicians Wanted through YouTube’s Partner Program. Those who are accepted will have their own page where they can add details about where they will be playing, provide links to buying music and showcase their music videos.

Dailymotion In Music Video Deal With Warner

Warner Music Group has entered into a licensing agreement with online video sharing site Dailymotion.

Warner will offer music videos via Dailymotion’s website in the U.S., Europe and North Africa.

Vevo Attracts 35 Million Visitors In December

Online music video service, Vevo, was the most visited U.S. website in the entertainment-music category in December with more than 35 million unique visitors, according to comScore.

Partners in Vevo include Universal Music Group, Sony Entertainment and investor Abu Dhabi Media Company. The site is powered by YouTube.

Vevo says its top ranking is an achievement because it did not launch until December 8 and it was not live for the full month of December, which comScore bases its results.