Like YouTube, Blip splits advertising revenues with Web series producers. But unlike YouTube, which also streams amateur videos, and Netflix, which streams feature films and television shows, Blip is solely focused on those producers. Rather than competing directly, it is trying to carve a niche next to YouTube in the expanding world of Web video.
This is a great article. Feels so good to see everything we’ve been working on written up in the Times.
»> Nice to see the good guys who’ve been working their asses off, get the press they have earned