Mefeedia.com

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MeFeedia.com is a media search website founded in 2004 that features videos, TV shows, movies, and music among other material. The chief executive officer of MeFeedia is Frank C. Sinton III. The web site's target audience is men 18-35.[1] Mefeedia's name is derived from how it receives all content from user-submitted video RSS feeds from other sites and vlogs.

Content[edit]

The main focus of the site is videos, with an emphasis on humorous videos, premium content, and other material targeted towards their male demographic. MeFeedia also has several video categories including TV, movies, sports, celebrity, news and entertainment. MeFeedia posts roughly 30 new videos on the homepage per day, mostly consisting of news clips from around the world. The site also includes television clips and other viral videos.

The site does not allow video uploading, but collects videos from over 20,000 other video sites and blogs. Videos can be automatically added to the index by submitting media RSS feeds.

As of March 2009 MeFeedia was one of the top 750 most visited sites in the U.S. reaching a global monthly audience greater than 6.8 million uniques per month.[2]

The website is owned by Beachfront Media, LLC.

Mainstream media content[edit]

In 2008, Mefeedia.com partnered with several content producers to expand its video inventory to include: [3]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Harrison Hoffman (2008-03-18). "Mefeedia search spreads the web video love". news.cnet.com. Retrieved 2008-03-18. 
  2. ^ Traffic Details: mefeedia.com, Quantcast Audience Profile, #711 retrieved March 30, 2009
  3. ^ Joseph De Avila (2008-10-30). "Beyond YouTube: New Ways to Find Video on the Web". Wall Street Journal. Retrieved 2008-10-30. 

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