The go-to service for music videos on YouTube could be heading to Facebook of all places. Because we all know how well it works out when social networks become a place for musicians to hang out (*cough* MySpace).
According to CNET, Vevo has been talking to Facebook about leaving YouTube. The music video service has only been around for two years and already its video view uniques are second only to YouTube. Vevo has 43 million unique visitors a month, while YouTube as a whole has 130 million uniques. People really like music videos.
Vevo's deal with Google still has a year before it expires. And with Google Music not exactly taking off, the search giant should probably try to hold on to any music service it can. [CNET]