AT&T debuts video search site
VideoCrawler, created through a partnership with a start-up called Divvio, can search more than 1,600 video sites. It doesn't host any videos, but members can compile playlists.
AT&T isn't the brand that comes to mind when you think of online video search, but let's get past that point: the telecommunications company has announced a beta version of a site called VideoCrawler, which can search more than 1,600 online video outlets. AT&T hasn't released a full list of compatible video sites, but Google's YouTube is one of them.
VideoCrawler was developed in conjunction with start-up Divvio, a search company that constructed the VideoCrawler platform.
VideoCrawler doesn't host any videos, but members can still compile playlists and share them through embeddable widgets.