Announcing for the IT Reseller channel

The video sharing phenomenon has raced across the web user community like a flooding tide. Never before has the access to, or the impact of, video footage created such a stir. Now, Interactive Business Communications Ltd (IBC), publisher of IT Reseller and Manufacturing & Logistics IT magazines and associated webportals, is bringing the IT community its very own video portal: has been developed to make sharing your videos easy! The portal will utilise the vast reach of and to present video to potentially more than a combined visitor base of 60,000 users per month. This creates a huge opportunity for clients to share their videos with a much larger audience than they could by just relying on those visitors to their own websites.


YourTechTV.comThere is no need for clients to have any technical knowledge beyond being able to upload their video files to the portal. accepts most video formats (AVI, WMV, QuickTime, DIVX, MPEG, etc), which are then automatically converted to Flash video for ease of viewing. We are even giving clients the opportunity to broadcast their video publicly or to a private group, making this an ideal way to share their footage in the way they want.


Most videos on are available to run on other websites too. Choose a video you want to run on your website, simply copy and paste a line of code into the HTML of your page creating your own rich and compelling website content.


This is a significant development for the markets that IBC serves as it will help our clients to capitalise on the behaviour of web users who are now expecting to be able to access interesting video online, said Peter West, IT Director, IBC. This surely adds another dimension to measuring ROI on any video and we are looking forward to working with our clients.


Without question, video sharing  with brings the opportunity for IT manufacturers and distributors to share technical and marketing content to a targeted audience.


For more information, contact: Peter West

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