AOL today said they’d added some new RSS feeds to their video search engine. new partners include Blastro.com, EVTV1.com, Forbes.com, GameTrailers.com, PC World and Time4 Media properties including Transworld Skateboarding, Transworld Snowboarding and Transworld Surf.
AOL’s video search engine, the company said, delivers a large repository of high-quality video content online in categories from entertainment to news. Its database draws from the AOL Video on-demand archive of more than 18,000 licensed and originally produced video assets including â€œexclusive and AOL-original programs like AOL Music Sessions, AOL Music LIVE!, Moviefone’s “Unscripted,” the Moviefone Short Film Festival, AOL Coaches and moreâ€. It also has over 1.5 million video assets available on the Internet indexed through AOL’s Singingfish; and RSS feeds from various video streaming sites.
“We’re thrilled to include these partners in our industry-leading AOL Video Search,” said Kevin Conroy, Executive Vice President of AOL Media Networks. “With AOL Video Search, we are providing consumers with a faster, easier way to find the best videos on the Web.”
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