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TweakTown serves over 700k video views at Computex

Just the beginning of tech related TV on TweakTown

| Online Video News | Posted: Jun 7, 2009 12:34 pm

In our 9th annual visit to the Computex Taipei tradeshow in Taiwan, we are pleased to announce that we have so far served over 700,000 video views in the past week. We recently partnered up with the folks over at Viddler.com and are very pleased with their video serving capabilities.

 

TweakTown serves over 700k video views at Computex

 

Our video content coverage was linked by all the usual tech sites, Gizmodo, Engadget and even NY Times. Using impressive and easy to use HD video editing software by Pinnacle and a shiny new Sony HDR-XR520V camcorder, we were easily able to offer the best and most comprehensive video coverage of Computex Taipei 2009.

 

We are just scratching the surface, though. After seeing such tremendous results, TweakTown will continue producing more video content to compliment our traditional, trusted and popular text based content. We will soon hire a professional film crew based out of Taiwan, who will help propel TweakTown to even higher levels in the world of online technology media. You will start to see more video content added to normal review content, too.

 

We hope you all enjoyed our video content during the show and look forward to much more. If you have any comments or suggestions moving forward, we would love to hear from you. You can contact us as this page.

 

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