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Veoh TV

Veoh TV is callenging Joost for the leader in the online TV application both are very well designed both use P2P technology to deliver their content and they both load quickly with out apreciable buffering time.

They bill them selves as a full-screen, high resolution, ‘TV-like’ experience and in Web 2.0 fashion you can participate in the community and invite friends, rate, comment, and share videos.

Premium content delivery over the internet is going to be huge. People want to watch when and where they want.  So the front runner could have a  huge advantage.

Veho is out of  beta and has 149 channels including NBC and CBS. CBS 20 or so shows some with only one episode some with a dozen or more.  NBC has Heroes and the Office and My Name is Earl. I tried watching The Office and it was a much better experience than trying to watch it at

Today Digg had 90 clips. CNET had 75 clips. Classsic TV has episodes of Bonanza, The Lucy Show, The Beverly Hillbillies, Dragnet and Andy Griffith  Show.   Cally Lewis’s Geekbreif TV has 93 episodes up. The High Times Potcast has 73 episodes your not going to see this on mainstream TV.

Hubble Space Telescope has 85 episodes this is about my favorite so far. Among the channels I want to check out are The Science Channel, Ecogeeks and Wickedawsomefilms.

How many sites like this will there be room for?


October 21, 2007 - Posted by | Web 2.0 | ,

1 Comment »

  1. If I had a dime for every time I came to Amazing read!

    Comment by Bridget Lin | May 28, 2010 | Reply

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