Hollywood’s answer to YouTube

Oct. 31, 2007
Hollywood’s answer to YouTube
Business 2.0
Jon Fortt blogs about the digital giants of our industry.

”Hulu.com, which launched in private beta today, emulates many features popularized by Google’s (GOOG) YouTube. But unlike YouTube, which mostly shows user-generated content, Hulu includes programs from networks, including NBC, Fox, E! Entertainment, FUEL TV, SciFi Network and USA Networks. The site’s purpose is to be both a promotional vehicle and a revenue generator; it will make money from ads both on the site and within videos.”

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The Web reaches across the pond
The browser
The browser is Fortune magazine staff’s attempt at analyzing the high tech industry.

“Sometimes it’s critical to step back and take in the amazing things that the Internet makes possible. Today, The Guardian, Britain’s biggest left-wing daily newspaper, formally launched a Web site specifically targeted at Americans (called, cleverly enough, Guardian America).”

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Is the pen or the search engine mightier?
Valleywag
Valleywag is a online gossip site covering the IT industry.

”Which is mightier, the pen or the search engine? On October 19, Fortune editor Andy Serwer blogged a short-lived rumor that Google cofounder Larry Page will marry girlfriend Lucy Southworth on December 7.“

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