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Metacafe adds Digg channel

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 29 Aug 2007 20:27 User comments (2)

Metacafe adds Digg channel One of the most popular video-sharing sites online, Metacafe, has launched a new Digg channel on its site. Digg is one of the most used websites online, where its audience strives to prioritize notable content from the enormous amount available online. The new channel showcases every Metacafe video that has ever been "Dugg." Viewers can also easily find videos "Most Dugg" and "Recently Dugg" on Digg.
By combining input from these two community-powered sites, Metacafe is providing another way to discover videos that prove most popular among viewers. With the addition of the Digg Channel, viewers can now see what videos members of the Digg community prefer in addition to what fares well among the entire Metacafe community.

"The Digg Channel illustrates our commitment to putting viewers in charge of their online entertainment experience," said Erick Hachenburg, CEO of Metacafe. "Like Digg, we are all about exposing the content our community deems best and making it easy for people to discover something they're likely to enjoy. This shared philosophy makes the Digg Channel a great addition to our site."

Metacafe serves 25 million unique visitors each month.

See: http://www.metacafe.com/digg

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2 user comments

130.8.2007 15:18

This is cool. I've been visiting MetaCafe on and of for a few years now. I haven't really explored the whole Digg thing, but I might check this out now.

29.9.2007 22:54

for me this is nothingspecial.

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