Web 2.0 video production company Revision3 has agreed to be acquired by Discovery Media as part of a deal that could put its content on the popular TV network.
Revision3 has more than a dozen original shows that you can get only on the Web.
Over the Memorial Day weekend, popular Internet video site Revision3 crashed due to a flood of decoy traffic to its servers. CNET News.com's Kara Tsuboi sits down with Revision3 CEO Jim Louderback, who talks about who was responsible for the denial-of-service attacks and why, and how "old" media and "new" media are going to have to learn to get along.
Internet TV network Revision3 is leveraging the Web's viral nature by chasing the latest memes and showcasing the best of geek-tech culture, including Digg favorites.
Revision3 suffers temporary outage, prompting Veronica Belmont twitter and Valleywag report.
A source close to the production company, which was founded by Digg's Kevin Rose and Jay Adelson, tells us that nine people have been laid off.
Web TV network says MediaDefender had been misusing its network for months and when access was shut down the traffic backed up, causing denial-of-service attack that shut down Revision3 for 3-4 days.
XLR8R TV is a new show from Internet TV company Revision3. It combines music with music culture.
Shows from the MTV-style "TV network for the Web" to appear on Blip.tv, which means Digg co-founder just might make it to traditional TV sets.
Web TV network accuses MediaDefender of causing its outage and taking out a legitimate business by being overzealous in its fight against piracy.