04.24.2006 12:00 AM
AP Tabulates Success of New Online Video Network
AP Tabulates Success of New Online Video Network

At NAB2006, the Associated Press is discussing its new Online Video Network, an online video service powered by MSN Video provides AP content uniquely tailored for Web sites.

The AP says that nearly 1,100 media sites with a collective audience of 76 million unique visitors have accessed OVN during its initial launch phase.

"Since the March 1 roll-out of the OVN, we have experienced unprecedented interest from AP newspaper, radio and television member sites," said Jim Kathman, Product Manager, AP Online Video Network. "Today, with more than 1,100 affiliates, we feel this is a strong indication that the value of getting content, technology, and ad sales in a single video solution makes great sense for AP member websites."

AP is in Booth N111 in the Central Hall.

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