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Monday, May 07, 2007

Aggrega: Pandora for Music Videos

The newly launched Aggrega lets you create your own custom music video channels. Similar to music recommendation service Pandora, Aggrega attempts to find out what kind of videos you will like given the artists or genres that you input.

For the time being, most, if not all, of the music videos have been indexed from YouTube, but they are soliciting video uploads from users. Seeqpod, which mainly focuses on audio music recommendation, also uses YouTube as a music video source.

A move into personalizing blogs and images is forthcoming, but given the obstacles that have plagued personalized news services like Findory and Spotback, it's unclear how sustainable the model is. One service has become one of many "walking undead" Web 2.0 companies. The other has taken its personalization algorithm and developed widgets that let you rate things online. The two developments don't bode well for Aggrega's chances.


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