Video-laced websites evolve into pseudo-TV stations

From USA Today:

Don’t touch that mouse. Online news and entertainment video is booming, says market tracker Forrester Research, with video traffic doubling every six to eight months on average at websites that offer sight, sound and motion.

America Online next month introduces a celebrity journalism series that will offer video-on-demand stories about Paris Hilton, Tom Cruise and other stars. Yahoo recently hired independent journalist Kevin Sites to file video news reports from Iraq and other war zones. World Wrestling Entertainment just moved two long-running shows from cable TV —WWEHeat and WWEVelocity — to its site.

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