NEW YORK -- Light Reading (www.lightreading.com), the world's leading online publication for the telecommunications industry, this week published a new Top Ten List: the Top Ten Video Sharing Websites.
The report is a comprehensive look at the frontrunners in online video sharing, a market that is spurring investment in storage, content delivery networks, consumer electronics, and high-speed bandwidth connections.
The report can be found online, for free, at: www.lightreading.com.
"Online video won't be confined to something people watch to entertain themselves on a coffee break," says Phil Harvey, News Editor for Light Reading. "Hundreds of thousands of consumers are beginning to share video online, and that's having a profound effect on how much bandwidth is consumed and how broadband providers make money."
The companies reviewed and profiled in this report include AOL, Blip.tv, Google, Yahoo, YouTube, Veoh, Grouper, Jumpcut, Eyespot, MySpace, and more than 30 others.
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Founded in 2000, Light Reading Inc. (www.lightreading.com) is the ultimate source for technology and financial analysis of the communications industry, leading the media sector in terms of traffic, content, and reputation. It reaches an extensive audience of executives and technologists within the telecom and enterprise networking communities, as well as the financial/industry analysts and investors who track these sectors. Light Reading was acquired by United Business Media in August 2005, and operates as a unit of CMP Technology.
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