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bing11The days of watching music videos through the tube on MTV are long gone. Now, most of those clips are uploaded online, and Bing wants to make it easier for you to find them.

Microsoft’s search engine today debuted a new update that surfaces music videos when users conduct a video search for musicians, songs or albums.

Pulling content from YouTube, Vimeo, MTV, Artist Direct and others, Bing features the most popular videos with a new interface. You can hover over each video to watch a preview, if available. Clicking “play,” will stream the content inline.

Bing, which now features over 1.7 million songs, 70,000 artists, and a half a million albums, also shows “top songs,” “related artists,” and “related albums,” on the same page. It also lets you filter by length, date, resolution and video source.

Here’s what happens now when you search for “Justin Timberlake Videos“:


An identical search on Google shows this:


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