Seesmic snags Washington Post

Summary:Just after tonight's McCain/Obama debate ended I received a Tweet message from Cathy Brooks, head of business development at Seesmic telling me the company has snagged the Washington Post as a customer.Seesmic has developed a 'white label' version of its service for the Washington Post's political blog, The Fix.

Just after tonight's McCain/Obama debate ended I received a Tweet message from Cathy Brooks, head of business development at Seesmic telling me the company has snagged the Washington Post as a customer.

Seesmic has developed a 'white label' version of its service for the Washington Post's political blog, The Fix. By the time this is posted, the site should have gone live. If not then shortly thereafter.

I've long held the view that commercial deals of this kind are one of the primary ways for video services like Seesmic to generate revenue so it's good to see they've finally got their 'enterprisey' act together with this landmark win. From The Fix:

Thanks to this cool technology, you can offer your very own video comment/rebuttal or go the more traditional route and tell us who you think one in the comments section below.

In other Seesmic news, British actor and comedian John Cleese is now on Seesmic. His posts will amuse all those who are Cleese fans, as will his responses in this medium.

Topics: CXO

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Dennis Howlett has been providing comment and analysis on enterprise software since 1991 in a variety of European trade and professional journals including CFO Magazine, The Economist and Information Week. Today, apart from being a full time blogger on innovation for professional services organisations, he is a founding member of Enterpri... Full Bio

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