Tuesday November 14, 8:33 am Eastern Time
Florida Residents Share Election Opinions Using New Online Streaming Video Technology At www.whoshouldwin.com
Streaming Video Technology Provided by iClips Allows U.S. Citizens to Express 2000 President Elections Frustrations
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov. 14, 2000--
WHAT: Florida Residents form online community at
www.whoshouldwin.com to express their voting concerns using iClips
streaming video technology provided by iClips.
WHEN: Monday, November 13th (Ongoing)
WHERE: www.whoshouldwin.com to see videos from Florida residents
protesting at County Election Supervisors' Office in West Palm Beach
and throughout the city. Also visit the site to post your own opinions
about the 2000 election.
WHY: For the first time U.S. citizens can express election
concerns using streaming video technology at this site developed by
iClips is a leading streaming video messaging company offering Web
users the ability to replace text with video anywhere on the Web.
iClips provides Web users with the tools and technologies to create
and publish streaming video that can be added to any Web site or sent
in email, all at no charge. The Company powers affiliated Web sites
with free proprietary capture, encoding, storage and account
management tools, as well as a complete streaming video
infrastructure, allowing their end users to communicate with streaming
video. Headquartered in New York, the company was founded in October
1999 and is privately held. iClips was selected by Silicon Alley
Reporter as One of 12 Companies to Watch in 2000. For more
information, visit www.iclips.com.
RLM Public Relations, New York
Annie Turn, 212/741-5106 ext. 13
Joe Edelson, 212/741-5106 ext. 16