PureVideo Intros Video Search Engine

Oct 2, 2006  •  Post A Comment

StupidVideos.com parent company PureVideo Networks on Monday introduced a video search engine at purevideo.com.

The beta service searches the Internet for video and also features 35 charts that provide information on the most popular videos across sites such as MySpace, ESPN, YouTube and Break.

The goal is to provide Web users interested in video with a means to both search for specific video and to find what’s hot at the moment. “You can go and look for stuff and it can tell you what others are watching,” said Greg Morrow, president of PureVideo.

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