updated 12:45 pm EDT, Wed September 21, 2005
Veoh virtual television
today announced the public availability and testing of its Veoh 1.0 Beta, publishing full-screen video to the network and making it easy to find specific video content. Veoh software creates a virtual television network that distributes TV-quality, full-screen broadcast video to hundreds of millions of users with broadband Internet connections. Motion picture studios, television networks, organizations and individuals can publish unlimited amounts of broadcast video content to the network, providing choice in television programming and control over the viewing experience. Unlike rogue P2P networks that utilize unmanaged BitTorrent to share mostly pirated video, Veoh is a community of publishers and consumers, where published content is approved by editors. The system also integrates tightly with Google Video and RSS, providing content producers with easy publishing to multiple video systems.