OMN -- The Open Media Network has several pieces of content worth viewing and the producer's FAQ suggests there's room for uploads from Irishblogs-- media that would be difficult or impossible to distribute using a traditional network architecture. OMN caches high-quality video and audio that are included in an RSS 2.0 feed as an enclosure. Each program has its own listing along with full metadata and links back to the producer's site. Unlike Google videos, OMN feeds are free. To become available in OMN an audio or video file must remain online at its origin long enough to be cached by OMN. OMN polls the RSS feeds it caches every hour so the content only needs to be hosted by you for a few hours to ensure caching in OMN.
Two former Netscape executives, including its co-founder, Marc Andreessen, who head up the venture. They hope to demonstrate that digital media on the Internet is more than just illegal file sharing.
Much of the OMN programming, such as podcasts, already appear on Internet, but the uptake would be greater under the Open Media Network's television-style online guide to make it easier to find and download programs.
Open Media Network -- "Producer's FAQ"
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