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VideoEgg to buy Six Apart, rename itself Say Media

Ad network VideoEgg is scooping up marketing and blogger network Six Apart and claims the new company will have the potential to reach 345 million people.

By September 22, 2010

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VideoEgg launches new video ad features

Web video advertising company launches five new kinds of video ads it hopes will be more engaging to users.

By July 9, 2008

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EMI sues Hi5, VideoEgg over user-uploaded videos

Record label defends copyrights of songs from the Spice Girls, Roxette, and other pop stars of yesteryear, claiming "massive and blatant" infringement by Hi5 users.

By June 28, 2008

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Despite rumors, upstart VideoEgg has plenty of life left

The company is discontinuing its video-uploading service and scaling back its hosting service to focus on its brand-advertising business, CEO says.

By April 2, 2008

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VideoEgg's EggNetwork thinks you'll say yes to opt-in ads

Don't want to see it? You don't have to, says VideoEgg.

By November 28, 2006

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New media player searches for spoken words in videos

Indexing in EveryZing's MetaPlayer lets people search for spoken words within videos. The media player's perk: it also indexes YouTube videos, offering more functionality than YouTube itself.

By October 22, 2008

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Hollywood takes a FreeWheel-ing approach to ads

FreeWheel, a start-up that helps content owners sell and manage ads across numerous Web sites, has signed some top media companies, including CBS.

By July 29, 2008

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29 potential video game monetization methods

It turns out there are alot of ways to make money from video games

By July 2, 2008

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A dog expert's adventure in social media land

Trainers with a nascent Web site find enthusiasm for their niche at a tech confab, but a notable lack of social skills among techies.

By June 11, 2008

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Want a VC deal? Go fly a kiteboard

A lot of Silicon Valley networking gets done the old-fashioned way on the golf course. But the hippest of the tech set are communing 75 feet above San Francisco Bay.

By May 7, 2008