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Yesterday it was YouTube, today Revver says it will offer its video content on Verizon Wireless’ VCast service. Revver’s model of sharing revenues with its video makers will still apply over VCast, and the deal is exclusive for a year. How many more deals will Verizon […]

Yesterday it was YouTube, today Revver says it will offer its video content on Verizon Wireless’ VCast service. Revver’s model of sharing revenues with its video makers will still apply over VCast, and the deal is exclusive for a year. How many more deals will Verizon sign to bring in users to the over-priced VCast?

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  1. Katie – I posted about it this morning – I can just see the man in the ads saying “can you see me now” — its simple… in addition to your very important issue of the pricing – what good is a service where I can’t decide what I want to see?

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