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Veoh's assets have been sold to a media-sharing company, which is seeking to build up its audience.
Veoh, one of several well-funded start-ups that have tried and failed to cash in on the Web video boom, is finally calling it quits.
There's no disputing that a federal court's decision to offer safe-harbor protection for sites such as Veoh is a blow to the entertainment industry. But will it bring change?
Accused by the largest music label of violating its copyright, Veoh wins court decision that says such sites are protected under Digital Millennium Copyright Act.
Video aggregation company is in your Google. And Yahoo and Ask. Veoh CEO says "video should be everywhere."
Veoh's Web video player now available for download on SanDisk Cruzer USB flash drive.
Online video-sharing site blames the uncertain economic climate for the cuts, but insists its revenue is still growing.
New Veoh Web player allows you to watch long-form movies without opening a separate application.
Tech gossip blog Valleywag reports that the video-sharing site had laid off 40 percent of its workforce, a charge the company denies.
In the Veoh video copyright case and in Viacom's lawsuit against YouTube, there's a key difference: whether the plaintiff sent take-down notices.