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In the online realm, it's good to share

From BitTorrent to iMesh to YouTube, there's no shortage of companies that see dollar signs in trafficking your content.

If you've got video or other files to share, there's a company out there that wants your business.

BitTorrent redefines multimedia industry

video At the Digital Hollywood conference, the P2P company's Brian Taptich talks with CNET News.com's Neha Tiwari about the future for online video sharing--and whether copyright harmony is possible.
August 16, 2006

Guba is moving toward the premium market

video Founder and CEO Tom McInerney explains how Guba offers user-generated content and avoids copyright infringement.
August 16, 2006

video Revver co-founder Oliver Luckett talks about how he stumbled upon the infamous Mentos video and how money is made in the user-generated content business.
August 16, 2006

blogma Bloggers are wondering whether a five-hour outage is just a minor glitch or represents more serious growing pains.
August 16, 2006

YouTube talking to record labels on music videos

The popular place for sharing home flicks aims top become the go-to spot for viewing mainstream music videos.
August 15, 2006

blog VideoJug aims to be the ultimate source of video instruction on just about anything, from identifying cancer to cooking pasta.
August 15, 2006

Aiming to unclog legitimate P2P

Service developed for ISPs and content distributors promises to speed up large downloads.
August 7, 2006