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Please Check Out Our New Sitemarshallk

Fri, 29 Dec 2006 00:56:43 +0000

We’ve switched over to Future updates and news will all be posted there. Thanks for stopping by!(image)

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Nature ChannelMichael Berkley

Thu, 28 Dec 2006 10:26:34 +0000

You too can do this… ( [splashcast WMAO8895UR](image)

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No Big Surprise: Piracy Trumps Legal Video DownloadsAlex Williams

Wed, 27 Dec 2006 20:41:43 +0000

A few takeaways from an Ars Technica story on NPD report that claims that peer-to-peer (P2P) video downloads are out pacing purchases from legitimate video download services by a rate of five to one. 8 percent of Internet-using households downloaded video content from P2P services, whereas 2 percent paid to download video content from legitimate […](image)

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The Trouble with TailRank and Megite Video, So Farmarshallk

Wed, 27 Dec 2006 20:02:53 +0000

From Digg to Technorati to StumbleUpon, social discovery sites around the web are seeking a way to suss out the hottest videos on the web at any given moment. Today two memetrackers, TailRank and Megite, added video to their offerings. Both sites track what the hottest videos online are, as measured by the number of […](image)

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2 Out of 3 Revver Founders Leave the Companymarshallk

Wed, 20 Dec 2006 20:39:30 +0000

Changes afoot at video company Revver; AdAge (via PaidContent) reports that co-founders Ian Clarke and Oliver Luckett are departing from the company. Remaining co-founder and CEO Steven Starr will be joined by executives Kevin Wells, David Armitage and Angela Gyetvan are joining the company. Some observers believe it’s a VC initiated changing of the guard. […](image)

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Amazon to Sell DRM Free MP3smarshallk

Wed, 20 Dec 2006 19:56:13 +0000

Rumors are going around, starting at music industry blog HypeBot and discussed at SeekingAlpha today, that Amazon is working on a music store with DRM free MP3 tracks and variable pricing. This is a big story. On both levels such a move by a major player in the industry could put pressure on Apple to […](image)

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Viacom Reportedly Pulls Out of Would-be YouTube Rivalmarshallk

Wed, 20 Dec 2006 02:44:26 +0000

Broadcasting and Cable is reporting that Viacom has pulled out of the widely discussed talks between a number of major media companies to create what’s being called a would-be YouTube killer. Viacom had been working with NBC Universal, News Corp. and CBS on creating one giant online video site, the future of which now falls […](image)

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ExpoTV Raises $6m for Product Review Videosmarshallk

Wed, 20 Dec 2006 00:23:21 +0000

In video funding news, is announcing today that it’s closed a Series A round of funding for $6 million. The round was led by Masthead Venture Partners and Prism VentureWorks. ExpoTV is all about consumer recorded video product reviews. The company says that more than 20,000 reviews have been uploaded to date. Those reviews […](image)

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Taking Risks At LeWeb3Alex Williamsgapingvoid.jpg

Tue, 19 Dec 2006 20:27:37 +0000

It’s been a week since LeWeb. Here’s my take on what the past several days have been like: Firestorm! Fired? Acceptance and Wisdom I have to give Loic LeMeur some credit. He took some chances. Yes, he sure pissed off a lot of people. But taking risks is inherently controversial. But it is never boring. […](image)

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Survey Says: Ads in Videos Are Annoyingmarshallk

Tue, 19 Dec 2006 19:38:09 +0000

An interesting new survey of web users by Burst Media this month found that most people do not like advertisements placed in online video, few people pay particularly close attention to them and a significant portion of viewers leave a site all together when they see ads placed in videos. These aren’t surprising conclusions to […](image)

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