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Peercasts Available on PSP

18 Jan, 2006 By: Jessica Wolf



Veoh Networks Inc. is making its catalog of 20,000 independent, user-published videos available for the PlayStation Portable (PSP).

Veoh, which bills itself as the first Internet Television Peercasting Network, offers TV-quality video content for download and viewing on iPods, PC or Mac computer systems and now, PSP, working in conjunction with Sony's proprietary software PSP Media Manager.

User-created content on Veoh's site runs the gamut from music videos and comedy sketches to how-to sessions and all things automotive.

"Portable video is a hot topic for consumers, with many devices introduced and lauded earlier this month at the Consumer Electronics Show. Consumers clearly want to see their content when and where they choose," said Dmitry Shapiro, CEO of Veoh Networks. "Veoh is designed to support the many viewing choices consumers need, including the living room TV, their laptop and portable video devices. Our network allows anyone to publish TV-quality video that can be watched everywhere."

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