Veoh betaWe haven't downloaded the beta yet, but it sounds like Veoh is a self-publishing video service, similar to YouTube, and Veoh claims that their client supports high-definition videos. We're not exactly sure we want to see your home movies and personal workout videos in HD, but we're all for any way to get high-def content via broadband. The latest free version of the Veoh Network offers over 37,000 videos for viewing our downloading; DRM not included. The service is stated to work with Front Row (and Windows Media Center), so get those new Mac minis fired up.

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