And some online sites about online videos still continue to get funding: OVGuide.com, an online video directory and search engine based in L…
Anystream Buys Voxant; encoding and rights management firm picks up licensed content distributor, financial terms not disclosed. (Multichannel News)
DigiMeld Launches Video Portal; DigiMeld TV lets video producers self-publish live or on-demand streaming channels. (release)
Sony Video DRM: One Download, One Re-Download; company’s video download restrictions could cause problems for people purchasing digital movies. (Ars Technica)
Slamdance Going Online; film fest partnering with Indieroad.net to stream 2009 movie selections hours after they debut at the show. (Variety)
AT&T to Offer 3 HD Streams to Customers; telco will deploy a new MPEG-4 compression scheme that will decrease bandwidth from 6-8Mbps to roughly 5Mbps. (DSLReports)
With nearly half-a-dozen competitors, the company has a tough climb. McLean, Va.-based Invision is led by former cable industry execs, and built its own crawler, personalization, and social tools. It has 10 employees, and is self-funded.