SplashCast Throws In The Towel On User-Generated Content; Looking For A Buyer

<img src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2009/06/splashcast-logo-215x90.jpg" width="215" height="90" /> The allure of building a business around user-generated content is fading fast. <a hr

SplashCast Figures Out That To Make Online TV Social, It Is All About The Chatter

<img src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2009/04/simpsons-chatter-214x152.jpg" width="214" height="152" /> One of the most social video experiences I've ever had on the Web was watching the

SplashCast Bringing "Sexy Back" to Facebook

Online multimedia player SplashCast has announced some new partners and has released a new branded multimedia player on Facebook . Launch partners include Justin Timberlake, Pink, and Chris Brown, who

SplashCast Expands Media Player

SplashCast, an embeddable Flash media player, is improving its product today. They are now allowing publishers to turn any RSS feed with a media enclosure, such as a podcast or videocast, into a chann

Splashcast Launches One Player to Bind them All

Portland based SplashCast is launching this morning after a long beta period. Marshall Kirkpatrick wrote a long review late last year after demo’ing the product (and he liked it so much he now w

Marshall Kirkpatrick Joins SplashCast

SplashCast, an online media publishing company, has informed us that former TechCrunch writer Marshall Kirkpatrick will join the company as director of content. Kirkpatrick reviewed the service in Nov

Splashcast Aims to Offer A Frictionless Web Media Player

I got an early look last week at a media publishing tool being developed by Portland startup Splashcast and what I saw looked like something that anyone tired of overbranding and limited options in on