Blinkx adds music video search tool

Oct 27, 2009
Online video search engine blinkx launched a new tool Tuesday to find and watch music videos on the Internet.

Online video search engine blinkx launched a new tool Tuesday to find and watch music videos on the Internet.

Freshly launched Music has indexed more than 33,000 hours of from over 10,000 artists.

"There are hundreds of thousands of music videos available on the Web today, which makes it nearly impossible to navigate and find what you are looking for," said blinkx founder and chief executive Suranga Chandratillake.

"We built blinkx Music to help our users find their favorite music videos quickly, easily and in one place."

Blinkx allows searches by artist, album, genre or song. Search results include information about artists and their careers.

The founded in 2004 boasts more than 35 million hours of video and audio content in its index. The company is based in San Francisco.

(c) 2009 AFP

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