SplashCast to launch Tuesday, Jan. 30

January 29, 2007 at 3:18 pm Leave a comment

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SplashCast is a media syndication service that is in stealth mode until its public beta launch at the DEMO conference on Tuesday, January 30th. Details about the SplashCast service will be released then.

Marshall Kirkpatrick, Director of Content at SplashCast, said, “Splashcast is a multimedia platform that I believe is going to change the web in some important ways. From independent journalism to modern dance performances to photo slide shows of train yard graffiti set to the music of emerging underground hip hop artists – Splashcast is going to be a great way to spin out channels of thematic media content. I’m excited to demonstrate how it can be done by creating and co-ordinating channels like that myself. I hope that many people will want to use the Splashcast media sharing system but I intend to create a premier destination for highlighted User Generated Content that will be worth visiting regularly for anyone online.”

Check out their new website at http://splashcastmedia.com/.

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