First Video Blog Network Launches

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ReelBlogs will produce short-form video content for the Internet and new video iPod.

ReelBlogs announced today the launch of the first video blog network on the Internet. Blogs on the ReelBlogs network will produce short-form video content made specifically for Internet and video podcasting audiences.

“There is a rapidly growing demand for good video content online, but no one is producing it yet,” said Robert Spiro, one of the founders of ReelBlogs. “ReelBlogs will use the self-publishing model of blogs to distribute exciting new video serials.”

ReelBlogs will become the latest blog network to launch this fall, following AOL’s purchase of Weblogs, Inc. in October. The ReelBlogs announcement also comes on the heels of Apple’s introduction of the new video iPod.

Each blog on the ReelBlogs network will host a unique video series with recurring characters and compelling story lines. The blogs will publish several ‘Eps’ (1-3 minute video segments) each week, and will also include regularly updated text and pictures.

ReelBlogs will be available on the web, via RSS feeds to video aggregators, and as video Podcasts for the new video iPod. In the future, ReelBlogs will be available on cell-phones and PDAs.

At launch, the ReelBlogs network will consist of 3 blogs: (launched Nov. 7), (launches Nov. 14), and (launches Nov. 21).

The network will expand to include 15-20 blogs by early 2006.

ReelBlogs is accessible immediately at Contact Robert Spiro by email for more information (contact information is to the right of this release).


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