The wildly opular auto website discovery service StumbleUpon announced yesterday
that it is offering a way to create personalized channels for viewing online
video. Stumble Video provides a
way to watch a stream of videos thanks to the API's from popular video sites
YouTube, Google Video and MySpace. Videos are automatically matched to
individual interests much like how the StumbleUpon service works.
According to a
Reuters article, "What we realized is there is no great way to discover
personally relevant videos," David Feller, Stumble's vice president of
marketing, said in an interview. Stumble comprehends what types of videos users
like (or dislike) and delivers videos matched to personal preferences.
While video continues to be a resource not
yet fully exploited by the vast majority of marketers, with an established
network of 1.65 million registered StumbleUpon could change
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