Thursday, February 22, 2007

YouTube Rival Catches Microsoft’s Eye

Sony bought video-sharing Web site Grouper in August. Google picked up YouTube, the king of video sites, in October. Now comes a report that Microsoft has taken a look at Revver, yet another venture-backed video-sharing startup. CNET reports that executives from Microsoft toured Revver’s Los Angeles headquarters last month to determine whether that company’s service could enhance Soapbox, Microsoft’s own, newly launched service.

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