The company that was supposed to kill YouTube is finally dead: some of its assets have been sold off to ad network Adconion Media in what's likely a total fire sale.
With services like YouTube and Joost dominating our time on the Internet, there is no wonder the latter may be trying to make its way from your desktop to your living room.
Joost is launching soon. Are you prepared?
Days after being ousted as chairman of Joost, former CEO Mike Volpi is sued by the company over his alleged use of confidential information in a bid to acquire Skype.
The Google Voice dispute continues, while Warner music and videos may soon reappear on Google's YouTube.
Mike Volpi has been removed from the board by a shareholder vote and Joost is investigating his actions during his time as chairman and CEO, according to the company.
It's the first bust for Niklas Zennström and Janus Friis, the duo that gave us Skype and Kazaa. Joost is dropping consumer service to focus on video platforms.
Joost chief is said to be a candidate for top spot at Brit broadcasting network, as video site continues to be eclipsed by YouTube and Hulu.
Licensing deal with Joost expires and studio doesn't renew. The struggles of the former high-flying video service continue.
Time Warner Cable is among companies that has expressed interest in the struggling Web video service.