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Monday, September 17, 2007

DNAStream Brings the Joost Experience to your Browser

DNAStream is worth a mention mainly for its close resemblance to desktop-bound applications like Joost and Babelgum that let you watch video programming online.

The slick, Flash-based design lends the site a rich look and feel and lets you quickly navigate, change channels, and search. There are three main navigation points to watch videos: TV Channels, DNA, and Internet Videos.

TV Channels are broken up into categories like Music Videos, Sports, and Trailers. Internet Videos are similarly divided, and DNA shows you an eclectic collection of videos with no common theme.


If you're familiar with Joost, DNAStream won't come as too much of a surprise, and it's a triumph as far as cloning Joost in browser form. Hopefully, better content deals can be signed because the current video selection on DNAStream is dismal.


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