Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Paramount Launches Online Clip Library, World Collectively Shrugs

Well, Paramount launched its own video library via Facebook. Says the Washington Post:

Paramount, which is owned by Viacom, launched the service yesterday on Facebook, the popular social-networking site. The application is called VooZoo; it is a combination clip library and media player. It includes scenes from such films as "Braveheart," "Sunset Boulevard," "Breakfast at Tiffany's" and "School of Rock." The clips include a link that sends users to http://Amazon.com to buy DVDs of the movies.

My guess is that most people will just think, "But I can already watch those on YouTube." I'd be more impressed if you could buy the films via HD download, rather than order a DVD. But whatever.


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