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As seemingly every major news organization is thinking about a strategy for video, one of the most watched startups in the space is already much changed from its launch.
If you need more video content on the cheap, Freddie Laker’s redirected Guide might be for you — but beware, you get what you pay for.
The InformaCam app, which uses metadata to help authenticate videos and photos, is being developed with funding from the Knight News Challenge. Justin Ellis
May 3, 2011
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