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VEVO, the forthcoming music video site from Universal and Sony music (and powered by YouTube), announced today that it will also be getting content from “the vaults” of CBS Interactive Music Group. Starting next year, VEVO will run programming from Last.fm and more than 90 CBS […]

VEVO, the forthcoming music video site from Universal and Sony music (and powered by YouTube), announced today that it will also be getting content from “the vaults” of CBS Interactive Music Group.

Starting next year, VEVO will run programming from Last.fm and more than 90 CBS radio stations. Content will include live performances and in-studio sessions, along with interviews and other exclusive behind-the-scenes stuff. VEVO also plans to make events like KROQ’s Acoustic Christmas concert available through the site.

VEVO is set to launch in the U.S. and Canada on Dec. 8th. In the meantime, the site’s blog launched a cute li’l video yesterday entitled “The Great VEVO Gummi Bear Battle,” which, we guess, is supposed to get us psyched for next week’s debut.

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