Internet Video Magazine (www.internetvideomagazine.com) announced its list of the top Web sites for watching short films, animations and videos over the Internet.
Internet Video Magazine Names Best Video Web Sites of 2004
SAN DIEGO - -(BUSINESS WIRE) - -April 28, 2004 - -Internet Video Magazine (www.internetvideomagazine.com) today announced its list of the top Web sites for watching short films, animations and videos over the Internet.
"We looked at hundreds of sites; some large and some small, to come up with our list of our favorites. We wanted a top ten list but ended up with twelve. Our readers also contributed their favorite choices as well," said Mark Shapiro, editor -in -chief. "The decisions were based on several different factors - - how many movies and videos are on the site - - bigger is better. How diverse is the content - - what is the quality level of the hosted films? How easy is it to download and watch the videos, how do the videos look and sound, is the site free and how much support are they giving back to the independent film community?"
In just the last year, as broadband acceptance has accelerated and movie makers have recognized the importance of using the Net to promote themselves and their movies, the number of quality online video sites has skyrocketed. Here are our top choices. Details about the various sites are available online at www.internetvideomag.com.
Our top three favorites are TriggerStreet (www.triggerstreet.com), Brownfish (www.brownfish.com) and Filmwatcher (www.filmwatcher.com). These sites offer an outstanding range of online content, as well as provide valuable support and resources for those who make their own films and videos.
Completing the list were great sites like FilmWatcher.com, Apple's "What's On" site, the MoveOn.Org/Bushin30seconds.com site, 3BTV.com, ReelMind.com, StudentFilms.com, SixtySecondFilms.com, Sonnyboo.com and of course, the grand -daddy of online streaming video, ifilm.com.
Check out the online article for additional details and links to even more great sites.
Internet Video Magazine is the leading online resource for those who want to watch the best online videos, animations and Internet movies, as well as for those who want to learn how to create and post their own Internet video productions. Internet Video Magazine provides how -to articles and tutorials on many different aspects of film and video production, as well as book reviews, hardware and software tests and reviews, as well as articles and columns about the latest trends and developments that impact online entertainment and content creation.
Mark Shapiro, 858 -573 -0736