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iClips Allows Florida Residents To Speak Out

“Whoshouldwin.com” features dozens of streaming video clips where Florida residents comment on the never-ending Presidential election in the state.
Online Video News, Posted 17 Nov 2000

cMeRun to Stream Games

The consumer focused ASP announces expanded services to include CD-ROM game titles.
Online Video News, Posted 17 Nov 2000

Audiohighway.com Announces Layoffs

Audiohighway cuts staff by two-thirds in an effort to maintain cash flow while looking for additional funding.
Online Video News, Posted 17 Nov 2000

GlobalMedia.com In Trouble

Radio broadcasting provider gets $1 million cash infusion and cuts 25 percent of staff in order to survive the next few months.
Online Video News, Posted 17 Nov 2000

Video Cell Phone Created by GEO Interactive Media Group and Samsung

Streaming video cell phone is made possible through the incorporation of GEO's Emblaze A2 video ASIC chip.
Online Video News, Posted 16 Nov 2000

BMG to Stream Music Videos

BMG partners with Akamai and Virage for streaming delivery.
Online Video News, Posted 16 Nov 2000

Edgix Launches Operations in Europe

Frank de Badts Appointed as Director of European Operations
Online Video News, Posted 16 Nov 2000

POPcast and Spotlife Announce New Deals

POPcast to host a site for JVC camcorder owners and SpotLife signs on to provide hosting for Microsoft Movie Maker.
Online Video News, Posted 15 Nov 2000

Media 100 Streams UN Event

New streaming services from Media 100 gains global exposure.
Online Video News, Posted 15 Nov 2000

Excite@Home and MTVi Launch Excite Music

Excite and MTVi hope to capture the eyes of online music fans.
Online Video News, Posted 15 Nov 2000

MP3.com to Pay $53.4 million to UMG

Legal battles with Universal Music Group over for MP3.com
Online Video News, Posted 14 Nov 2000

ON24.com Trims Staff to Expand Focus

The company will continue its newscasts while looking to move towards business services.
Online Video News, Posted 14 Nov 2000

CMGI Exits Entertainment Business, Will Sell iCAST

Yet another content company is in trouble. iCAST is forced to close offices in New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles after CMGI says it will exit the entertainment business. If no buyer is found by the end of January, iCAST will be shut down.
Online Video News, Posted 14 Nov 2000

Microsoft Releases Player for Pocket PCs

Bill Gates touts the technology during his Comdex keynote.
Online Video News, Posted 14 Nov 2000

Launchcast Now Supports RealPlayer

Personalized music service expands audience to RealPlayer and Macintosh users.
Online Video News, Posted 14 Nov 2000

Behind the Words at BN.com

Online bookstore launches a series of streaming video interviews with authors.
Online Video News, Posted 14 Nov 2000

Covad Adjusts Q3 Financial Results For the Worse

Several ISPs are not anteing up.
Online Video News, Posted 14 Nov 2000

DotComix Suspends Operations

The San Francisco-based animation studio lays off most of its staff and looks for a buyer.
Online Video News, Posted 13 Nov 2000

New Streaming Server Debuts at Comdex

Vingage releases Vingage Video Server 4.0 and DVD Fulfillment Server 3.0.
Online Video News, Posted 13 Nov 2000

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