Last week, we broke the news that VideoEgg was emphasizing its ad network and advertising technologies over its video hosting and platform business.
Today, some online publications are reporting that VideoEgg has informed customers it’s shutting down its VideoEgg and Player service May 31.
After reading those reports, I dropped VideoEgg CMO Troy Young a note to see what’s up since we last talked.
“Nothing’s changed,” he wrote in an e-mail reply to my query. “We are focused on building the ad network. We are maintaining large, profitable hosting relationships for the time being,” he wrote.
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