Msg#: 3037145 posted 12:49 pm on Aug 7, 2006 (gmt 0)
What sets AOL apart from its competition is the breadth and scope of its other channels. It is here that AOL video proves it isn't some fly-by-night startup, but a company with the backing of a media giant.
AOL also has content agreements with the likes of Comedy Central, MTV, Nickelodeon, Spike TV, TV Land, TV Guide, Sorpresa!, A&E, the History Channel, and TNT.
Msg#: 3037145 posted 5:39 pm on Aug 7, 2006 (gmt 0)
Looks like activex is necessary to view the videos so can't see them in Opera. Can't be bothered opening IE just for one site and not too happy enabling activex in IE either, even for just AOL. Why can't they use flash like youtube? (I think I'm right that they use flash there).
Msg#: 3037145 posted 9:23 pm on Aug 7, 2006 (gmt 0)
The first thing you see when you go to the site (or explore the categories on the left) is videos for sale. The average impatient web user might never dig down far enough to find out that much of the content is in fact free...