Let's see, let's see. We need an attention grabber. How about this:
Distribute your own high-definition video to millions of people free of charge.
That should do it.
Veoh Networks, Inc., the first Internet television peercasting network, today
debuted the latest version of the Veoh Network, a major evolution in Internet
television. Veoh democratizes television distribution by allowing anyone with a
broadband Internet connection to publish their videos to the world, without the
restrictions of traditional broadcast mediums. Going beyond web-based video
sharing, the Veoh 2.0 beta enables users to become true TV broadcasters that can
distribute high-quality, television-length video to hundreds of millions of
other broadband users.
"The early beta launch of Veoh 1.0 a few months ago was designed to test our massively scalable video distribution network and gather input from publishers and early adopters," said Dmitry Shapiro, Veoh CEO. "The response was greater than we anticipated, with more than 250,000 videos downloaded and thousands of publishers broadcasting their videos. With this latest release, we are opening the doors to the general public to access that network -- for publishing and for finding content that just isn't available via other TV distribution systems."
Veoh 2.0 is available now and consists of a web site (www.veoh.com) that is used to browse available content, watch Web previews, interact with other users and queue videos for download to the Veoh client. The Veoh client is a software application for both Windows and Mac that allows downloading, organizing and playing back higher-quality, full-screen and full-length videos on computers, televisions and portable devices.