Truveo Releases Most Twittered Videos Web Slice for IE8

Las Vegas, Nev. - March 19, 2009 - Truveo, the most comprehensive search engine for video, today announced that it has released a Web Slice, which works on Internet Explorer 8, to provide customers with the ability to watch the most tweeted videos as discovered by Truveo's video search engine.

"Using the Truveo Web Slice, users can find what videos are being shared on Twitter, by day, week or month," said Pete Kocks, President of Truveo and Vice President of AOL. "We use Truveo's extensive index of videos online to discover what videos are being shared on Twitter. By mashing up results from Truveo and Twitter into an Internet Explorer 8 Web Slice, we offer users a great way to find popular videos each day. As more users discover video using this Internet Explorer add-on, Truveo benefits by increasing awareness of our comprehensive video index and powerful video search website found at"

About Truveo
Truveo is the most comprehensive search engine for video, making it possible for consumers to search and browse through over 350 million* videos from thousands of sources across the Web. Truveo was founded by some of the industry's leading experts in video search technology and has built one of the largest and most up-to-date indexes of high-quality video on the Web. As a result, Truveo enables users to find video that cannot be found in any other search engine. Truveo first launched its industry-leading search engine in 2005 and today, the Truveo search engine powers video search on some of the most popular destinations on the Web, including AOL Video, AOL Search, CBS RADIO sites, Clevver, Excite, Flock, Infospace, Kosmix, Microsoft Corporation, Pageflakes, PureVideo, Qwest, CNET's, Sportingo, Sports Illustrated and YourMinis, reaching an audience of over 75** million users a month. Truveo's critically-acclaimed flagship destination,, has received widespread praise, establishing itself as the leader in the fast-growing video search market. For more information on Truveo, visit

*Truveo Internal Data, January 2009
**comScore Media Metrix, Custom Report, January 2009

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