If you want to watch the latest music video from Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber , or Taylor Swift, don't try looking for it on MTV's website. All three musicians are usually featured on MTV.com, but for the time being, none of their videos will be getting any exposure from the popular site.
According to The New York Times, a disagreement between MTV and Vevo, a company backed by Universal, has resulted in a number of videos being pulled from the network. Universal has reportedly pulled the videos of many of its biggest artists until a resolution can be reached with MTV.
In a statement issued on Tuesday, MTV said that the two sides "were unable to reach a fair and equitable agreement." Universal, in response, said that MTV was "unwilling to negotiate a fair syndication deal with Vevo to carry our artists' videos."
Other artists impacted by this dispute include: Lady Gaga, Black Eyed Peas and Rihanna.