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‘Petflix’ streaming service racks up 1,600 years of viewing hours every month


Manchester’s MusicForPets, which as the name implies broadcasts content aimed at our fluffy friends, has landed a coveted YouTube Gold Creator Award after racking up over a million subscribers on the streaming platform.

The “Petflix” service has also received five Silver Awards for its service, which offers relaxing musicTV based on in-house research while owners go about their human activities. The service features exclusive music and film from producers all the world, focussed on its two key channels, RelaxMyDog and RelaxMyCat.

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The MusicForPets team with their YouTube Awards haul
The MusicForPets team with their YouTube Awards haul

The independent, self-funded, Spinningfields-based streamer’s global animal audience, which admittedly is unlikely to grab the remote and check what’s on Amazon instead, currently consumes around 1,600 year’s worth of content every 28 days – around 14.5m hours of content consumption every month.

Founder Amman Ahmed said of its latest certification: “[It’s] a huge milestone as we close in on three million YouTube subscribers and pets consuming 1,600 years of content every 28 days.”

YouTube describes its certification process thus: “Creator Awards are given at YouTube’s sole discretion and we only recognise creators that have played by the rules. Channels are subject to review before awards are issued. That means rewarding creators that keep their accounts in good standing without copyright strikes, community guideline violations or artificially increased subscriber counts, among other criteria.”

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