Vuclip, a mobile video search and delivery startup, has launched a new video destination 'Vuclip TV' which will allow users to watch popular Indian and International television shows on their mobile phones. The company claims to offer more than 4,000 video clips from TV shows in Hindi, Telugu, English and other languages, with new videos being added on a regular basis. The company claims to support 5,500 different handsets including feature phones. Content Tie-ups: Vuclip TV has tied up with content providers like NDTV, UTV, India Today, 9XM, Maa TV, Yoboho to offer content spanning across multiple categories like daily soaps, reality shows, interviews, TV gossip, contests, horror shows on the portal. In addition, the portal will also offer updates about TV Shows and behind the scenes content among others. Our Experience: At the time of writing this post, we found that the site offered TV clips, unseen footage from TV shows and on the sets clips. Among the shows currently being offered include Sony's Indian Idol, Zee's DID Lil Masters, UTV's Big Switch, Emotional Atyachar, Live My Life, Up Close & Personal PZ and 9XM's Bakwas Bandh Kar. There is an integrated search feature and users can filter results to show only videos or images or choose how many videos should be displayed in a page. There are also two ad slots on each page - one before the content and one after content and there is a recently viewed section which allows users to browse through their recently viewed videos. On individual video pages,…
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