AOL Video Search Partners with MTV Networks
AOL is continuing to add more and more premier content to its AOL Video Search and SingingFish Multimedia Search offerings as AOL has announced that it will now feature RSS feeds from MTV Networks’ programming services. Video content from MTV Networks’ CMT, Comedy Central, Logo, MTV, MTV2, mtvU, The N, Nickelodeon, Nick at Nite, Nick Jr., Nicktoons, Noggin, Spike, TV Land and VH1 Web sites are now accessible through the AOL family of video search offerings.
“We’re excited to work with MTV Networks to further extend our leadership in video search and provide consumers with one of the most comprehensive sources for discovering the breadth and quality of video content available across the Web,” said Kevin Conroy, Executive Vice President of AOL Media Networks.
In October of this year AOL had also announced video search content partnerships with Blastro.com, EVTV1.com, Forbes.com, GameTrailers.com, PC World and Time4 Media properties. AOL feels that by continuing to work with video producers to include their content in the AOL Video Search index, video producers can easily make their rich multimedia assets more accessible to users. Yahoo Video Search, Google Video, and blinkx.tv all have similar content partnerships with major news and media organizations.