Podcast: Clicker CEO on discovering Internet video

Clicker wants to be the TV Guide of Internet video with its new video discovery site that's part search engine, part directory and part wiki says CEO Jim Lanzone.

Jim Lanzone, CEO of Clicker, wants to help people find video to watch online. The site, which CNET's Rafe Needleman described as "a carefully curated directory of full-length video content, with several extremely nice features and user interface flourishes," is now online.

New site helps users find video content Clicker.com

Clicker CEO Jim Lanzone spoke with Larry Magid about the new service which he says is part search engine,part directory, part wiki (because users will help them edit) and "what the TV Guide of the next generation needs to look like."

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Larry Magid is a technology journalist and an Internet safety advocate. He's been writing and speaking about Internet safety since he wrote Internet safety guide "Child Safety on the Information Highway" in 1994. He is co-director of ConnectSafely.org, founder of SafeKids.com and SafeTeens.com, and a board member of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. Larry's technology analysis and commentary can be heard on CBS News and CBS affiliates, and read on CBSNews.com. He also writes a personal-tech column for the San Jose Mercury News. You can e-mail Larry.

 

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