On Distributing Online Video
NEW YORK -- The word from the panelists at Tuesday's online video session at the [Mediabistro](http://www.mediabistro.com/) Circus here was to spread online video everywhere you possible can.
Jim Louderback, CEO of Internet television network [Revision3](http://www.revision3.com), joked that distributing content is like drug dealing: You need to "get it out there everywhere you can."
He added, "If you love something set it free."
Dina Kaplan, co-founder and COO of online video site [Blip.tv](http://www.blip.tv), stressed the importance of syndication for online video and distributing it to sites such as [AOL](http://www.aol.com), [iTunes](http://www.apple.com/itunes) and [Facebook.](http://www.facebook.com)
Kaplan said we'll be watching online shows in a year or two on our television sets, and cable companies such as [Cablevision](http://www.cablevision.com) (NYSE: CVC) and [Comcast](http://www.comcast.com) (NASDAQ: CMCSA) will include online video in their offerings.
Robert Scoble, author of the "Scobleizer" in *Fast Company* magazine and managing director of the [Fastcompany.tv](http://www.fastcompany.tv) site, showed off some cool tricks, such as the site [Asterpix.com](http://www.asterpix.com), which allows you to create clickable regions on top of a video.
Scoble also shared that by using [Twittervision ](http://www.twittervision.com) on his site, he was first to tell anyone else about the recent earthquake in China.