The world of viral videos is a fast-growing market. On a site like YouTube.com you can find videos on practically anything from old Menudo music videos to yesterday's episode of "Law & Order." The problem with all this is it may violate copyright law. At CES, Sling Media announced their entry into the viral video world with their "clip and sling" feature available to Slingbox users.
Sling Media seeks to provide a service where content can be shared and owners of that content will still make a profit. The feature allows viewers to save clips onto a "branded" page where the video can be seen by friends. Take a look at Kyle Monson's story, "Sling Media Announces New Viral Video Solution," to find out how it works.
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