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How-to Videos Go Mobile With MonkeySee for Apple iPhone 3G(R)Only How-to Video Site to Feature Real Topic Experts Now Offers Instruction and Advice On-the-Go by Supporting Next Generation iPhone (July 29, 2008)
GREAT FALLS, VA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 07/29/08 -- MonkeySee.com, the Web's most reliable destination for how-to videos announced today that viewers can now watch videos on-the-go using Apple's third generation iPhone. Launched earlier this year as the only video site to feature authentic topic experts sharing advice and instruction on nearly any subject imaginable, MonkeySee is the first of its kind to harness the power and speed of iPhone 3G's streaming video capabilities.
"The ability to view MonkeySee videos on the new iPhone could be especially handy in a grocery store or market," said Cooking Instructor and Cookbook Author Amy Riolo -- a popular expert featured on the site. "You can literally shop for ingredients directly from a video that explains how to make the dish."
In addition to learning the tips and tricks of almost 100 culinary connoisseurs like Todd Gray, owner and executive chef of award-winning Equinox Restaurant, visitors to MonkeySee.com can get step-by-step instruction for almost any topic or task imaginable -- from knitting to grilling and even 'how to use the Apple iPhone 3G.' Because all MonkeySee videos prominently display a featured expert's name, title, bio and link to their personal site next to the video player, viewers can rest assured that the advice they receive is sound and the instruction is from a credible source.
"We jumped on the opportunity to support video for the Apple iPhone 3G because it better serves our viewers," said MonkeySee COO and Co-founder Will Jerro. "It's not always possible to access a computer and Internet -- especially when you need how-to help the most. I'm sure topics like 'how to change a tire' will get their fair share of mobile viewing."
Boasting a catalog of more than 8,000 professionally produced widescreen videos, MonkeySee also accepts user-generated videos (UGV). By following simple guidelines for submitting UGV or by tapping MonkeySee's nationwide network of filmmakers for more polished presence on the site, anyone with a special talent or skill can gain some fame online or showcase their business or hobby.
For more information or to see how the experts do almost anything check out www.MonkeySee.com.
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