Vid-Biz: Demonoid, MSN, Userplane


Demonoid is Down; popular BitTorrent tracker and web site has been offline for 24 hours, allegedly because of the Canadian Recording Industry Association. (TorrentFreak)

MSN to Limit Pre-Roll Ads; ad scheduling will now be based on the amount of time a viewer spends on the site instead of the number of clips watched. (Mediaweek)

Userplane Provides Sites with Free Webrecorder; Flash plug-in for developers and publishers allows site visitors to capture their audio and video for things like profiles, emails and comments. (release)

MuveeNow Teams Up with YouSendIt for Movie Sharing; digital camera software that lets you assemble photos and video clips now lets you email home movies through YouSendIt’s file-delivery service. (release)

Two Front-Runners Still Not in Republican YouTube Debate; Mitt Romney and Fred Thompson showing their old media ways by not signing up for the Nov. 28 event. (Washington Post)



Stop assuming things, the Demonoid always comes back, then the nay-sayers look like idiots….as usual.

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