Syndicate your shows with Blip.tv (Interview with Dina Kaplan)
Dina Kaplan has a number of shows that she really enjoys and they are all on a network that she co-founded with Mike Hudack, Justin Day, Charles Hope, and Jared Klett. They are on the ground floor of a critical evolution in syndicated content; online video. Boasting some fifty thousand shows currently and constantly adding more, Blip.tv recently added syndication to a wide variety of aggregation portals like: iTunes, YouTube, Roku, Tivo, and many more. Where Hulu aims to purvey the highest quality content from the top-tier studios and networks and YouTube is targeted at “every-user”, Blip.tv aims to develop the middle tier of webseries productions and syndicated them (with advertising) to a wide range of portals.
Rocket’s Tail recently caught up with Dina to hear her thoughts on what differentiates them in the market place, the coming evolution of 3D, and the future of online video.
Written by @SibLaw_Official
January 18, 2010 at 2:27 pm
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