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Veoh Looks to Begin 'Age of Self-Published TV'

Veoh Looks to Begin 'Age of Self-Published TV'

by , 3:55 PM EDT, September 21st, 2005

Veoh Networks Inc. on Wednesday debuted a Beta version of Veoh 1.0, an application that enables video producers to publish full-screen content on a network and lets consumers find video clips. The developer said that the software creates "a virtual television network that is able to distribute TV-quality, full-screen broadcast video to hundreds of millions of users with broadband Internet connections."

The company added that Veoh differs from what it calls "rogue P2P networks" because it's a community of publishers and consumers. Editors approve what gets published on the system, which integrates with Google Video and RSS.

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