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Veoh Launches Online Video Browser

16 Jul, 2007 By: Billy Gil



Internet video site Veoh (www.veoh.com) has launched the beta version of VeohTV, which acts as a specialized video browser and digital video recorder of content spanning the Web.

After installing VeohTV on a PC, users can search stream or record content from television networks such as Fox and CBS, as well as user-fueled sites such as YouTube, Google Video, Veoh.com and MySpace. Features include a channel search, keyword search, favorites, a recommendation engine (based on previously viewed content and user preferences) and an interact mode, in which users can engage with widgets from services such as Amazon, eBay, Gmail, Hotmail, Craigslist and AOL.

“Unlike Joost, which is a closed system with content from a limited number of sources, VeohTV supports open Internet standards, and has access to virtually all of the video content on the Internet, on demand,” said Dmitry Shapiro, CEO of Veoh Networks.

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