You heard it here first:

coming to the web soon…

SplashCast is a media syndication service that
enables anyone to create streaming media channels (combining audio,
video, photos, text, and RSS feeds) and broadcast them live on any
web page or blog.

We’re currently doing usability testing. Once complete, we will send
you a link to the first version of SplashCast. We should have this
first version ready within the next few weeks. Here’s what you will
receive in the first version…

Produce Channels:

  • Aggregate images from Flickr and videos from YouTube
  • Upload your own video, music and photos
  • Record voice-over narration over videos, photos and music
  • Pull in RSS feeds

Publish Channels:

  • Play your channels on multiple web sites
  • Pull in other people’s channels on your web sites
  • Open your channel to subscribers



Filed under Music Videos, Websites Of Interest

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