Dogpile Video Search [previously referred to as Multimedia Search]✓
In 2001 Dogpile started a multimedia search, which initially offered videos from FAST Multimedia. Later (around 2005), videos from Yahoo! Search and Singingfish were offered and the search was renamed Video Search. From 2007 Blinkx was used as content provider. Today (2019) the content of Bing is used.
|Developer||InfoSpace (In 2012 Infospace was renamed Bluecora, in 2016 the Infospace business was sold to OpenMail, which renamed itself System1 in 2017.)|
|Country of Origin||US America|
|2000 - [...]||InfoSpace (In 2012 Infospace was renamed Bluecora, in 2016 the Infospace business was sold to OpenMail, which renamed itself System1 in 2017.)|
|Topic||Music, Sound & Video Search engine|
|Meta search engine|
Yahoo Video Search
|Older Version||Internet Archive / WebCite|
|2003: »Find video files related to your search on the Web.
Multimedia Provider - FAST Multimedia« Source|
|2005: »Find video files related to your search.
Video Providers - Yahoo! Search and Singingfish.« Source|
Features & Functionality
|See also Dogpile: Source|
References & further Publications
|Wikipedia (EN): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dogpile|
|Wikipedia (Others): n.a.|