Official Michael Fomkin Blog

  • 02:55:02 pm on January 17, 2007 | 0

    The duo behind the blockbuster Internet applications Skype and Kazaa think they have the secret to online video: Make it more like TV.
    Joost (pronounced “juiced”) seeks to merge the best features of Internet file-sharing technology — such as its ability to deliver content efficiently — with a television-like viewing experience. Industry insiders who have seen an early version of the Internet television service extol the full-screen video quality and the simple interface, which is more of an electronic channel guide than the lists of videos on popular sites such as YouTube.


    Tags: video | version | unveil | SERVICE | online | content | ability | Web | Technology | tv | Michael Fomkin | Kazaa | joost | internet | Creators


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