Microsoft reportedly wants a piece of Dailymotion’s video pie

Almost one year after the French government reportedly blocked Yahoo from procuring a majority stake in video-sharing site Dailymotion, Microsoft is now reported to be sniffing around the company.

As the Wall Street Journal reports, Orange – Dailymotion’s largest stakeholder – is in talks with Microsoft with a view towards entering a partnership. Orange Chief Executive Stephane Richard apparently made the remarks on Tuesday, during an interview with French TV channel BFM TV.

The Paris-based company claims to be the second biggest video-sharing service on the Web behind – you guessed it – YouTube. Full details of what the deal will entail – if it comes to fruition – isn’t yet clear.

Orange CEO Says in Partnership Talks With Microsoft for Dailymotion

from The Next Web


1 Kommentare:

Iftalia hat gesagt…

Hello! I could have sworn I’ve been to this site before but after going through a few of the articles I realized it’s new
to me. Regardless, I’m definitely happy I stumbled upon it and I’ll
be book-marking it and checking back often!
Here is the link of A folder Hider free Crack:
It Protect your privacy and important information. This application is designed as a USB compression broadcast file/folder hiding tool.
However, Users can use it for free to hide important or important documents and folders on local walls or removal devices.

Kommentar veröffentlichen