YouTube has today announced a deal with MovieClips.com that will add 20,000 new high-definition movie clips to YouTubes library. MovieClips was created 2 years ago and has partnerships with all the major studios apart from Disney. Enabling them to convert scenes from the studios movies into smaller clips which can then be shared online.
According to MovieClips statement they have always wanted to strike a deal with YouTube and both parties are now looking to promote movie clips in a similar way to that Vevo uses its music videos.
Together with the new 20,000 movie clips the company will also bring interactive games to YouTube with questions about movies and lines from famous scenes. As well as the YouTube partnership MovieClips has also announced today that it has raised $7 million in Series B funding to help push its website and products into mobile applications.
Source: GizmodoFiled Under: Technology News