These six new sites are added to StumbleUpon's current list of content providers including YouTube, Google, MySpace and Metacafe. Launched in December 2006, StumbleVideo discovers videos based on your interests, learns what you like and brings you more. Each video on StumbleVideo has been discovered and rated by StumbleUpon's fast growing community of 5 million users.
A recent study by comScore found that there were over 10 billion videos viewed online in February 2008; a 66% gain from February 2007. As the popularity of online video content continues to soar, users need a more engaging way to discover videos that are personally relevant to them. With StumbleVideo, users can easily channel surf the best rated videos that are suited to their interests -- directly within the StumbleVideo page.
"With so much video continuing to go online, people are moving away from their televisions for entertainment and looking to the Web," said Michael Buhr, general manager, StumbleUpon. "StumbleVideo provides a very simple and engaging way for StumbleUpon fans to experience and discover new video content."
StumbleUpon also delivers the engaging simplicity of online video discovery into the living room with a customized version of StumbleVideo for the Wii, Nintendo's acclaimed video game console. According to BusinessWeek, there are approximately 24.5M Wiis in the market today. Wii users simply need to open their browser to http://www.stumblevideo.com to be entertained.
Start discovering new videos with StumbleVideo by visiting http://www.stumblevideo.com.