Times Watch's parent organization The Media Research Center distributed a press release last week announcing: "New Online Platform Revolutionizes Citizen Journalism, Conservative Networking. The Media Research Center has launched a groundbreaking, interactive news and entertainment platform designed to transform the world of online video-sharing and networking - without the censorship or political agenda of YouTube."
From the press release:
Eyeblast (www.Eyeblast.tv) is aimed at the next generation of conservatives and at conservative organizations. It combines the video-sharing qualities of YouTube with the social-networking capability of Facebook to pull the digital, interactive components into one space. People can create, share and view videos, audio and other content on topics that are important to them, ranging from current events and politics to entertainment. Unlike any other online platform, Eyeblast simultaneously allows users to upload their own content, connect with friends, classmates and colleagues, and make new acquaintances.