Brea, CA (PRWEB) May 6, 2010
Following recently secured partnerships and mergers with content giants wikiHow, Blinkx and Monkeysee among others, TVLesson (http://www.tvlesson.com) has adopted a new content syndication model which will allow users to sift through previously screened how-to videos that have already been checked for quality. Users will be presented with individual channels which stream quality content from all major how-to sites, making TVLesson an online hub for any and all how-to searches worldwide, much like Hulu is for TV programming.
In exchange for the hugely convenient revamping of the site itself, TVLesson will be eliminating the user-generated feature from the site. Originally installed during the earlier phases of the site to increase web traffic and encourage user interface both with the site and among its niche user pool, TVLesson was previously hosting a ton of mediocre to low quality content alongside expert channels with professionals like NBC news reporter Patrick Healy, Hollywood stunt legend Charlie Picerni and recording artist Gloria Allred. Ultimately, this spring cleaning will further streamline the navigation experience of TVLesson users, widening the appeal to targeted niche users by upping the quality while eliminating the junk.
The ultimate one-stop shop for how-to content on the web, TVLesson is a free online space for learning and education. With high-quality video clips and articles syndicated from all major online content giants including wikiHow, Monkeysee and Blinkx, TVLesson has become the veritable Hulu of how-to videos. Streaming over 600 educational networks and thousands of high-quality tutorials, TVLesson continues to make online how-to navigation that much easier.
For questions or for more information on how you can partner with TVLesson, contact info (at) tvlesson (dot) com.
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