Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Verizon and YouTube Join Forces

Verizon and YouTube are joining forces to offer videos on cellphones. YouTube will provide video clips to cellphone users of Verizon Wireless this December according to an article in the Washingtonpost.com titled Verizon Wireless to Offer YouTube on Cell Phones.

YouTube which was recently bought by Google wants to move from computers to cellphones. This is seen as a move in that direction.

... so far only a small minority of U.S. consumers use features like video on their cell phones. Verizon Wireless hopes the huge popularity of many home videos shown on YouTube could help boost use of its Vcast wireless media service.


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