Sunday, March 30, 2008
Want an invite to the medioh! closed beta?
Well, look no further.
medioh! is bringing in a few folks for a limited time to play with our system and give us feedback.
If you'd like an invite, send me an email (email@example.com). I'll blast one off to you. Just put the word invite in the title so I find it fast.
What is it? Think: Long tail video aggregator. Another way to put it is a guide to all the video on the internet across thousands of sites with 10's of millions of videos.
We've created some API's for developers that allows you to integrate medioh! video services into your site (and we're adding more capabilities each week).
In the near future, we'll be adding the tools needed to fine tune your 'view' of the internet video world and the ability to integrate it into your website, onto your cell phone or beamed onto your TV screen.
Heard of those internet video capable and RSS enabled TV's, Blu-ray players, set top boxes and wifi enabled hand held devices coming later this year and early next year? Yea... in addition to your business or organizations website, that's where we plan to be.
Later this year, look for medioh!studio, a set of tools that make it simple to publish your own video content. Use it with the filtering tools to get just the right mix of content for your audience, mix them together and you've got your very own television network! (or more accurately, your own custom video network tweaked specifically for your audience that any internet linked device can access). Cool stuff.
Get a peek at the future early... ask me for an invite and check out the medioh! internet video guide today.
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