Yahoo has launched their own Yahoo video site – known as a the Yahoo Current Network – in conjunction with the Current TV network. Being called by some just “Yahoo TV”, and similar to Google Video, and the wildly popular YouTube (recently aquired by Google) in that users can upload their own content, the Yahoo Current network is being marketed in a decidely more slick and commercial manner.
Musician and parodiest Weird Al was scheduled to have his new video, “White and Nerdy” enjoy a world premiere through AOL. Unfortunately, somebody found and leaked the video on the popular YouTube site, and enough people had already viewed it that AOL decided to pull the plug on the premiere.
NBC has added several television shows, both new and vintage, to the iTunes store for only $1.99 each! Download them to your video iPod and have fun!
Owners of the Apple iPod and Sony PSP who also have Tivo are now able to play their favorite television shows right on their iPod Video or PSP thanks to TivoToGo’s new free iPod downloads and Sony PSP downloads.
Twentieth Century Fox and MovieLink have announced that MovieLink will be adding 20th Century Fox movies to their inventory, effective immediately.
Adult industry spokespersons indicate that they won’t offer video downloads aimed at the video iPod, but there are already sites offering free video downloads of that nature aimed squarely at the new video iPod.
The Motherload Network (not the “Motherload Network”!) is a new Internet television offering from Comedy Central.
We already have porncasts (podcasts of an adult nature). Is the new video iPod going to set off a storm of Podporn? Industry experts say “yes”.
A free music video made entirely with cell phones is thought to be a first, and was filmed by the Presidents of the United States for their hit single “Some Postman”.
iTunes Video, also known as iTunes 6, offers videos and television shows for downloading and playing on your PC or Mac, as well as on your snazzy new video iPod.