Mamma.com, a leading provider of award winning search technology for both the Web and desktop space, today announced the launch of its Broadband Video Search Engine powered by the Pixsy Media Search Platform. The Pixsy Media Search Platform enables Mamma.com users to search, discover, and view millions of broadband videos from a wide range of subjects including television shows, movies, music videos, funny videos, and more. The Pixsy Media Search Platform provides Mamma.com with technology that gives users the ability to search for videos from their favorite providers across the web including YouTube, Revver, StupidVideos.com, AddictingClips.com, Blastro, BusinessWeek, Grouper, MetaCafe, Reuters, Sharkle, Roo Media, USA Today, and many more.
"We chose the Pixsy Media Search Platform for their ability to quickly and easily offer Mamma.com the highest quality video search experience on the web for our users," said Guy Faure, President and CEO of Mamma.com. "Pixsy enables Mamma.com to have an ever-updating index of the latest broadband video content from across the web for our users."
"We're very excited to be partnered with Mamma.com in expanding their very successful metasearch offering to include video," said Chase Norlin, CEO of Pixsy. "Mamma.com is a clear winner in the metasearch space and we look forward to collaborating on future offerings."
About Mamma.com, Inc.
Mamma Media Solutions™ is a leading provider of award winning search technology for both the Web and desktop space, delivered through its properties, Mamma.com and Copernic.com respectively. The Company is also a top provider of online marketing solutions to advertisers, providing keyword and graphic ad placement on its large publisher network.
Patrick Hopf, EVP, Business Development
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About Pixsy Corporation
Pixsy Corporation is a next-generation media search platform that powers private label image and video search engines for online publishers. Pixsy has offices in San Francisco, CA and Seattle, WA and was founded by a team of engineers and business leaders hailing from Microsoft, Sony, and ValueClick.