Business Week writes:
VideoEgg isn’t trying to compete with sites such as YouTube, Grouper, Veoh, Google (GOOG), Yahoo! (YHOO), or AOL, which are destinations for viewing all sorts of amateur and professional video. “We don’t see a lot of value in being the second- or third-largest destination for video,” Sladek says.
He believes that video is going to become ubiquitous on the Web. But video is complicated. Few Web sites have the resources to build their own video distribution infrastructure. VideoEgg plans to serve the needs of those sites, providing behind-the-scenes video infrastructure to users ranging from personal Web pages to large social networking sites.