Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) August 25, 2006
Video on the web is nothing new, but a Tempe based start up takes it to a whole new level. Streamfo.com is an online knowledge sharing community providing instructional videos that include “How To” information on a wide variety of subjects; from baking a pie to upgrading your computer.
“The proliferation of broadband access, new video compression techniques along with the home video production and editing craze have brought us the point where the world is ready for this.” stated Streamfo CEO Randall Taylor at a recent technology conference.
What makes Streamfo really unique is its community-based revenue sharing model. Anyone with specialized knowledge can create a simple, short video with a standard camcorder, any of today’s off the shelf software such as Microsoft’s Free Movie Maker and upload it to the Streamfo web site. When consumers purchase views of these “Vidistructions” the video’s creator is paid for his work.
“There are unknown thousands of instructional videos on the web today. One problem is they are not aggregated. Streamfo facilitates this and the result is increased exposure and revenue for the smaller content providers. Up until now most video content on the web has been entertainment based. We mean to change that.” Said Taylor.
For additional information on the release of this website, contact Randall Taylor or visit http://www.streamfo.com.
Chaz, director of public relations
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