VeohTV Launches In Beta

    June 20, 2007

Internet Television company Veoh has launched the beta version of VeohTV. VeohTV acts as a video browser and DVR for finding, viewing and managing online video.

"Unlike Joost, which is a closed system with content from a limited number of sources, VeohTV supports open Internet standards, and has access to virtually all of the video content on the Internet, on demand." said Dmitry Shapiro, CEO of Veoh Networks.

"We asked users what they really want in their online video experience and VeohTV is the culmination of that feedback. We believe that it will be the dominant standard for online video consumption moving forward."

VeohTV gives viewers one interface to search and view video online, from television networks such as Fox and CBS along with user-generated content from sites that include YouTube, Google Video and MySpace.

Once installed on a PC, VeohTV launches into a channel guide like those found on cable systems.  Users can browse through channels or search by keywords. User can stream directly from the host site or use a DVR and click a button to download videos.