The Dawn of Push Video?

Posted on June 8, 2007 
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MediaWeek has a story about thedailytube.com, a video service that will send you the best videos available online:

Anyone who’s spent time watching lots of bad videos online in search of a few good ones knows Michael Caruso’s frustration.

Caruso, the former editor of Wenner Media’s Men’s Journal and of Condé Nast’s Details, has channeled that frustration into a new Web site he founded, The Daily Tube (www.thedailytube.com), that promises to compile the best new videos across several subject areas: humor, celebrity, music, late-night category, political, sports and Web-based stars. The site will give visitors the option of signing up for a free, daily e-mail containing the best new videos, as determined by its editors.

“I thought, there’s got to be a better way of doing this,” he said. “Instead of wasting time watching a lot of bad videos, my service will find the best new videos and deliver them to your in-box.”

The hope is that the site, still in beta, will attract up to 100,000 subscribers to the free e-mail and eventually attract advertising. “There’s a lot of interest in Internet video,” he said. “We cover the best new Internet videos. So I think it’s got large potential…”

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