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New Pulver start-up chooses to distribute Veoh player as “Virtual DVR” component to online TV offering.

The Veoh Player adds value to the Network2 program guide and puts relaxation into watching Internet TV, transforming it to be a remote controlled, browsable, home theatre experience.

Network2 (, a leading content aggregator and provider of an electronic program guide of internet video content and Veoh Networks (, a leading pioneer in Internet Television, announced today at the Spring 2007 Von® conference ( that will distribute the Veoh Player as a part of their suite of offerings. The Veoh Player available from Network2 will be pre-configured to browse and play long-form, episodic content available from the Network2 Electronic Programming Guide. With the Veoh Player, Network2 viewers will be able to access high-quality video content for viewing offline at any time and on any screen.

The Veoh Player is new, downloadable, free software available for PCs and Macs that allows viewers to save, organize and watch video of any length or file size from a wide variety of sources. With the Veoh Player, viewers can download videos from, and also from RSS feeds, electronic program guides and Bit Torrent trackers. The Player also integrates with a Browser Plug-In from Veoh which alerts viewers to the presence of video content on any web page and allows them to pull it down and save it for viewing offline on any screen. The Player content can be viewed on a computer, iPod, SONY PSP, or even pushed to a big screen TV where the Player converts to a 10-foot interface with remote control.

“The newly updated Veoh Player helps answer the question, ‘How do you watch Internet TV?,’” said Jeff Pulver, Chief Executive Visionary, Founder and Chairman, Network2, “The Veoh Player adds value to the Network2 program guide and puts relaxation into watching Internet TV, transforming it to be a remote controlled, browsable, home theatre experience.”

“We believe the Veoh Player will transform television as we know it and very pleased that a visionary like Jeff Pulver has adopted it as a component of his Network 2 offering,” said Dmitry Shapiro, CEO of Veoh Networks. “Never before have viewers been able to choose programming of any length from anywhere on the Internet, as well as save and organize it in one place and watch it on any screen at any time, online or offline.”

About Veoh Networks, Inc.

Veoh Networks is a new, innovative Internet television broadcasting system that delivers broadcast-quality entertainment and informational content via the Internet, using unique distribution technologies to allow for unlimited capacity for both long- and short-form programming. Veoh allows content producers from major entertainment studios and television networks to independent video producers and enthusiasts to deliver high-quality, full-screen video directly to consumers without financial, geographical or capacity restrictions found in traditional broadcasting systems. This democratization of video distribution fundamentally changes the dynamics of television, creating unprecedented choice for consumers and a compelling marketplace for content providers and advertisers. Veoh Networks is a privately held company that is backed by leading technology and media investors, including Spark Capital, Michael Eisner’s Tornante Company, Time Warner Inc. and Shelter Capital Partners. Veoh has offices in Los Angeles and San Diego, California.

About Network2. LLC is your guide ( to Internet TV to find ( shows you like. You can mix or match shows to create ( your own personal channel, share your favorite shows with others, or even take them with you on a portable media device. Created by IP Communications pioneer, Jeff Pulver, is a new Internet-delivered television network featuring independently produced TV shows and original programming.


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