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CES 2008: Sling Media demonstrates Clip+Sling

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 08 Jan 2008 18:49 User comments (2)

CES 2008: Sling Media demonstrates Clip+Sling Sling Media, Inc. is demonstrating Clip+Sling at CES as part of the company's new SlingPlayer 2.0 client software. Clip+Sling gives Slingbox customers the ability to "grab" snippets of their favorite television content and instantly share them with friends. As part of the demonstration at CES, Sling Media is also giving a sneak peak of the forthcoming video destination site, Sling.com.
Slingbox customers can upload clips to Sling.com. Clip+Sling is made possible by Sling Media's new SlingPlayer 2.0, the client software for the PC that gives Slingbox customers the ability to 'placeshift' their television content to a desktop or laptop computer located just about anywhere.

"Clip+Sling will be another exciting feature for Slingbox owners to use and enjoy, but it will also be appreciated by millions of other people who may discover a new show or favorite movie, thanks to the recommendations of their friends," said Blake Krikorian, co-founder, chairman and CEO of Sling Media. "Because of this fundamental shift in the way consumers create, share and interact with content, Clip+Sling will change the way people socialize around television."

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2 user comments

19.1.2008 23:03

its always good when things get simplified so that you can just copy and paste or drag and drop things like this.

210.1.2008 14:47

So does it do entire movies or episodes? If that is not the case, that seems like a waste of time and money to me.

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