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Web 2.0 madness grips China

A rising middle class, cheap start-up costs, increasing penetration of PCs and Internet-enabled cell phones, and an ability to tap the local market better than multinationals like Google or Amazon.com, among other factors, is fueling a rush into Web sites, online games and companies with novel advertising pitches.

Margins are tight and competition is intense, but there’s a huge payout for the winners.

One of those winners is Kevin Li, founder of video-sharing site KU6.com. Li is probably the most enthusiastic person I’ve ever met.

He bounds past workers installing ceiling tiles and fixing the elevator to greet me. “You’re the first visitor in our new office. Ha ha!” he exclaims, adding that the old office was a rented house.

Li has a lot of reasons to be excited. Last September, when it launched, KU6.com was one of more than 200 newly minted video-sharing sites in China. Now, it’s one of the fastest-growing survivors. The site attracted 2 million unique users a day in the last week of May, Li claims, and unique users have been growing by 200,000 a day on average per week. KU6.com, which broke even in three months, is the 46th most popular site in China, according to Web site ranker Alexa.

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June 18, 2007 Posted by | clone, video, web2, youtube clone | Leave a comment

YouTube to test video ID with Time Warner, Disney

Top online video service YouTube will soon test a new video identification technology with two of the world’s largest media companies, Time Warner Inc. and Walt Disney Co..

The technology, developed by engineers at YouTube-owner Google Inc., will help content owners such as movie and TV studios identify videos uploaded to the site without the copyright owner’s permission, legal, marketing and strategy executives at YouTube told Reuters in an interview on Monday.

The so-called video fingerprinting tools, which identify unique attributes in the video clips, will be available for testing in about a month, a YouTube executive said.

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June 18, 2007 Posted by | video, web2, youtube | Leave a comment

MeVid – Youtube Clone?

I was just surfing the videos section here on digg, and came across a video hosted here. Looks a lot like Youtube.

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June 8, 2007 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Microsoft YouTube Clone Coming

Microsoft’s new YouTube competitor will be all about user generated videos if its name, Soapbox, is any indication (Hunterstrat calls it “personal whine”).
There aren’t many details yet, but LiveSide is saying this will be a MSN, not Live.com product, and will eventually be launched at soapbox.msn.com.

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June 8, 2007 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Internet Porn

Internet Porn making money

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vShare Provides Video Sharing Capability

vShare.in is proud to announce that the vShare YouTube Clone Script that they have been developing is being released to customers. The innovative vShare YouTube Clone Script is described as allowing everyone to start his or her own video sharing site.

This revolutionary program builds on the prosperity of video sharing giants such as YouTube.com and Veoh.com by allowing users to run their own video sharing portal. Using the vShare YouTube Clone Script, Visitors will be able to upload, view, comment and share videos.

“With vShare YouTube Clone Script, you too can start profitable video sharing site with out spending ton’s of money” said the owner and lead developer of the script.

The script is still being actively developed by a team of highly talented programmers, who are constantly adding more features to the program at no extra cost. The script is incredibly easy to install, use smarty template system, that can be easily modifiable so that the look and feel fits the site it is being used on.

With the recent success of YouTube.com, Veoh.com, DailyMotion, and Google Videos, the vShare YouTube Clone Script employs the same basic principles that the online video businesses do. Costing only $10, the vShare YouTube Clone Script is an inexpensive investment with huge upside because of the number of media outlets investing in the field.

At only $10, the vShare YouTube Clone Script is sure to make a revolutionary change to the online video field because of its simplicity and usefulness. You can make your web site a hit by using vShare YouTube Clone Script offered at http://www.vShare.in

For additional information, visit http://www.vshare.in

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June 8, 2007 Posted by | youtube clone | Leave a comment