"Rides on Veoh" Puts Car Fanatics in the Driver's Seat
November 15, 2007

– Watch Auto Show Highlights, Hot Car Debuts and Exclusive Behind-The-Scenes Videos on Veoh –

LOS ANGELES AND SAN DIEGO, CA – (November 15, 2007) – Can't get to the L.A. Auto show? Just head to Veoh. Veoh Networks (www.veoh.com), the leading innovator in Internet television, today unveiled "Rides on Veoh," a new, free Internet TV zone dedicated to cars, bikes and the people who love them. Launched in conjunction with this week's L.A. Auto Show, Rides on Veoh allows car and bike fans around the world to find, watch and share videos of their favorite debuts, concept cars, speed test trials, new technologies, street scenes and more.

In addition to show floor highlights from the 2007 LA Auto Show, Rides on Veoh will feature continuously updated video content from popular publishers and experts including Car and Driver, Road & Track, Next New Networks' Fast Lane Daily, Car-parazzi, and The Drift Zone. Rides on Veoh will also showcase coverage of major international auto shows throughout the year as well as new videos from the auto industry's hottest manufacturers and designers.

"Rides on Veoh is the ultimate, souped-up video experience for anyone who lives to ride," said Jennifer Betka, Senior Vice President of Marketing at Veoh Networks. "This new zone on Veoh not only gives car enthusiasts a great new way to enjoy the web's best auto content, but it also gives brands a new, unique opportunity to interact with this highly engaged audience."

Rides on Veoh is free and is available for a test drive at www.veoh.com/rides.

"Veoh has leapfrogged the field with their dazzling new video application, said Ross Levinsohn, former President, Fox Interactive Media. The new Veoh will set the bar very high for others to shoot for, and will be a terrific experience for consumers worldwide."


About Veoh Networks

Named one of AdWeek's Top 10 Digital Hotlist sites in 2007, Veoh Networks is an innovative Internet Television company that delivers broadcast-quality video programming via the Internet.

The Veoh Networks' portfolio includes Veoh.com, one of the most popular video hosting services on the Internet, and VeohTV, a free downloadable application that turns online video into Internet Television. Veoh.com has more than 85,000 content publishers - from CBS, Lions Gate, PBS, National Lampoon, Road and Track and Us Magazine to thousands of independent filmmakers and content producers - and currently attracts over 19 million unique users per month. VeohTV makes it easy to turn any computer into a digital video recorder that allows viewers to watch and record shows from thousands of Internet video sources. For advertisers, Veoh offers compelling ways of engaging with a targeted audience and measuring performance of their ad buys.

Veoh Networks is a privately held company that is backed by leading technology and media investors, including Goldman Sachs, Shelter Capital Partners, Spark Capital, Michael Eisner's Tornante Company, Time Warner Inc., Tom Freston and Jonathan Dolgen. The company's principal offices are in Los Angeles and San Diego, California.


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