HADDON HEIGHTS, N.J., Jan. 31 /PRNewswire/ -- VideoDetective.com has always been a step ahead of the Internet as a whole. When all you could find on other movie sites was text reviews, the Detective had box art and thumbnail pictures. When other sites added box art and photos, it offered streaming previews. When the 'wannabees' added a few previews, it offered behind the scenes footage.
Now, while others talk all about web 2.0, VideoDetective.com has unveiled a third iteration that seamlessly integrates a user-empowering interface with its giant and dynamic database to provide the first truly interactive video search results.
The site enables searchers interested in movies, whether they are in theaters, DVD or VOD to find truly useful results. Searching or filtering results can be done by title, genre, actor or even decade. Once you find what you are looking for, you can preview the title with a click of your mouse.
Crisp clear streaming trailers tell show you what the movie is like. You can then decide for yourself if it interests you. You can then click through to a variety of media and purchase methods. This is just the way that people say that 'synergized TV and Internet' are going to work. You can see it today at VideoDetective.com.
"Our goal," says company Director of Technology, Robert Kolo, "is to create a tool that people want to use in making better choices about what and how to watch. Leisure time is so valuable and there are so many choices. If we can help people make the most of out it, we've added value and earned our place."
If you still doubt that video is the next 'killer ap' on the net, remember that the proof is in the pudding. VideoDetective.com is cooking with over 3 million unique visitors and over 12 million previews each month.
Online since November of 1996, the VideoDetective.com database is updated every day with previews and clips of upcoming theatrical, DVD and VOD releases and now contains over 17,000 digitized movie previews, trailers and clips. Many public libraries as well as leading online video retailers have incorporated them into their respective web sites as a research or shopping aid. VideoDetective LLC is an authorized preview distributor for most major studios and dozens of independent producers.
Web site: http://www.videodetective.com/