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Google Video Search, Veoh, Curt Schilling and Start-ups

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Google Video, the much ballyhooed video site that was humbled by a more modest YouTube has decided that it is to go back to Google’s roots: search. After Google admitted defeat in the video-sharing space to YouTube and bought it for $1.65 billion, this switch to being a video search engine with an index of video from sites across the web, using an interface similar to the company’s image search engine is not such as bad move. Will they be successful? Continue Reading on NewTeeVee.

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3 Responses to “Google Video Search, Veoh, Curt Schilling and Start-ups”

  1. Sounds great! It seems that Google finally took the advice I gave in a blog post more than 3 months ago. ;)

    GigaOM was still discussing then whether Google should be a media company or not.

    Google has to concentrate on video search. When I type “Simpsons” on I want to see search results from every possible video website, like they do with normal text websites on their text search. Google’s video search at should be like their news search at

    When I start an investigation about a company I normally type it’s name on to know what’s happened to them in the last time. is a central point of news search and I don’t have to check anymore news site by news site, like I had to do some years ago. should be the same, and it should be just as great. Google doesn’t need to become a content provider. It wasn’t even necessary to buy Youtube.