MTV jumps the Gun, Killing iFilm.com for SpikeTv.com

Sure YouTube has been kicking your ass, Sure the property has never been a huge money maker, but… steam workshop mods.

You are losing less money than Google is on YouTube, so you should have stuck it out.  Yes, MTV jumped the gun, MTV usually gets technology plays right, their Virtual Leguna Beach, and other online properties are a huge success, iFilm has only been luke warm.  But YouTube isn’t killing it, it just wasn’t playing by the rules.  Nothing a few lawsuits couldn’t have fixed tetris gratisen.

And with YouTube starting to run ads, well, iFilm might have still been in the running.

What gave YouTube such a lead is about to change.  Pirated content, no ads, and the ability to embed content on myspace/facebook.  Well Myspace is looking at their own video service and killing YouTube on the site citing content rules which they can’t enforce if the video is on a third party site.  So all of a sudden YouTube is going to look a lot like iFilm perinorm norm.

Instead MTV is merging the tech with the content from Spike to create a Spiketv.com  Not an entirely dumb move, but the cost of the second domain was small enough I’d keep iFilm going for a while android files.

“We’re going to concentrate on it being its own men’s destination,” said Jon Slussser, senior VP of newly formed Spike Digital Media Entertainment Group, which is being launched in conjunction with the new site java programm herunterladen. “It needs to be an entity to exist where guys want to go to the site regardless of the channel.”

I’d rather go to one site and pick my channel, but that is just me.  MTV.com/Spike seems like a better way to build brandwidth and drive search traffic as well lego pc spiele kostenlos downloaden.