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Here at the GigaOM Network, we’re proud to announce the launch of GigaOM Video, an effort to deliver timely video content to you on topics that you care about. We collect a lot of video interviews, product demonstrations, screencasts and more across our network of blogs, […]

Here at the GigaOM Network, we’re proud to announce the launch of GigaOM Video, an effort to deliver timely video content to you on topics that you care about.

We collect a lot of video interviews, product demonstrations, screencasts and more across our network of blogs, including at our conferences and meetups. So we’ve already got quite a bit of interesting content up on GigaOM Video — which you can access by clicking the Video link atop the GigaOM.com home page — including highlights from our Mobilize conference on mobile technology, compelling clips from our Structure conference on all things related to the cloud, and a test of the Screenium application for capturing web content and creating screencasts. (GigaOM Video is powered by VodPod, which is is backed by True Ventures, a venture capital firm that is an investor in the parent company of this blog, Giga Omni Media. Om Malik, founder of Giga Omni Media, is also a venture partner at True.)

So take a look and let us know what you think. And we’re in the process of adding much more content, so stay tuned!

  1. Om, congrats on the launch of GigaOm Video. Would be great if you can provide a feed for the site.

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  2. all I can say is good content in all its forms is always appreciated by us so keep it coming :)

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  3. [...] Posted on October 8, 2009 by Cody Barbierri Today GigaOm, the popular technology blog, launched GigaOM Video – a collaboration of their interviews, conferences, product demonstrations and more. The new [...]

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  4. Aside from the obvious suggestion – subscribing via iTunes is easiest for most cybermortals – I should take at least a second or two and tease Sebastian:

    Is this what pcmagcast should have been?

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  5. Sebastian Rupley Thursday, October 8, 2009

    @Eideard–alas, we didn’t much video on PCMagCast, slightly different. But good one anyway. :)

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