Clicker.com, an $8 million-financed start up, has just rolled out its service.
They promise to be an effective video search engine, avoiding to navigate across the jumble of thumbnails that appear on video search engine sites like Truveo or Blinkx.
Clicker limits itself to television shows and other professional content. Through partnerships with content creators and its own scouring of the Web, this new search engine has created a database of programs. It finds only content that has been uploaded legally.
Clicker's CEO, who previously served as chief of Ask.com, said they will make money from advertising.
In my view, Clicker is an improved version of Yidio.com, which has been in the market since 2007.
Also it is worth to visit MovieMonitor.com.