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Social networking site announces audio video content

Written by Dave Horvath @ 13 Nov 2007 12:16 User comments (1)

Social networking site announces audio video content The social networking site Bebo has announced today that it will launch an "Open Media" platform on its site to host audio and video for its community. They say that this platform is a way for media brands to build a presence within the community through the use of audio and video.
Mixing the features similar to MySpaceTV and Facebook's Pages feature, Bebo's Open Media platform can be joined without licensing agreements and charge no fees to the content providers. They state that the content will be strictly Limited to just music and video. The site claims that they this system will offer its community "thousands of hours of premium entertainment content from major global entertainment brands and emerging media companies."

With this platform, members will be able to create their own media profiles and store their favorite songs and videos there, while media companies will receive an option to create Channel profiles so their content can be easily found within the community.

Source:
CNet

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12.12.2007 20:15

a nice addition to the bebo site i would like to see something like a youtube uploader so that you can upload your own vids on this site instead of streaming through the youtube site.

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