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Following the nomination for ‘Best Streaming Host’ in the 2009 ISPA awards, mydeo m3 has been nominated for a ‘Streaming Media European Readers’ Choice Award’. The Readers’ Choice awards are the only awards program of its kind in the industry. The winners will be chosen by the end users themselves. Voting for the nominees started on the 6th of July and ends on the 21st of August 2009.

Mydeo m3 is nominated in the ‘Streaming services provider’ and ‘Online video platform’ category.  To place your vote, go to http://www.streamingmediaglobal.com/Readerschoiceeurope/.

The idea of the Readers’ Choice awards is really quite simple. There is no panel or jury. The most votes decides the three finalists and the winner for each category so if you feel m3 deserves to win, go to http://www.streamingmediaglobal.com/Readerschoiceeurope/ and vote for it.

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Mydeo m3 nominated ‘Best Streaming Host’ at prestigious ISPA awards 2009

London, Tuesday 19 May 2009: Mydeo, the award winning UK video hosting service, has been shortlisted for ‘Best Streaming Host’ at the ISPA Awards 2009. Mydeo was selected from a wide range of streaming services and is now a finalist competing for one of the industry’s most coveted awards.

It’s the fourth year in a row Mydeo has been named a finalist for the ‘Best Streaming Host’ award which is presented to the company that provided its customers with the best possible service during 2008. The award will be judged on strict criteria including network performance, value for money, value added service and customer care.

Cary Marsh, Mydeo’s CEO and Co-Founder, comments: “We’re delighted to be nominated for this award again in 2009.  We launched Mydeo Media Manager (m3) less than a year ago and the response has been fantastic. Mydeo m3 provides businesses with the high performance and scalability of the Limelight CDN, but on more flexible commercial terms including: no minimum contracts, flexible monthly payment plans and free premium online reporting.”

The ISPA Awards are the only Internet awards designed to reward excellence in the Internet industry, and attract the UK’s top Internet companies, industry figures and parliamentarians.

Competition for finalists’ places was particularly fierce this year with a record amount of entries from companies across the Internet sector. The announcement of the finalists follows three months of rigorous testing of entrants by ISPA’s technical testing partners, Epitiro. 

The winners will be crowned on 9th July at a glittering awards ceremony hosted at the Grosvenor Marriott Hotel.

About Mydeo

Launched in 2005 by Cary Marsh and Iain Millar, Mydeo won a Research & Development Grant for Technical Innovation from the UK Department of Trade and Industry. Mydeo provides quality global streaming video hosting for home and business users. The site provides simple online tools that help users instantly upload and publish content to a world-class CDN. Microsoft’s first and only European Windows Movie Maker hosting partner, the service now has close to 250,000 users spanning over 180 countries.

Mydeo uses the Limelight Networks for global storage and delivery together with secure streaming to guarantee security for Mydeo users’ content. This means that consumers and small businesses can enjoy the quality and reliability of a world-leading streaming network, something they would never have been able to purchase directly.

Recent Awards

MediaTech 100 Winner 2008

ISPA Awards, Best Streaming Service finalist 2008

Everywoman Iris Award Winner 2007

Red Herring Europe 100 finalist 2007

Courvoisier ‘The Future 500’ list 2007

Sharpe Edge awards, Best e-Company finalist 2007

ISPA Awards, Best Streaming Service finalist 2007

IWA Europe ‘Best Streaming Innovation’ finalist 2007

WebUser Magazine ‘Best New Websites’ 2006

Blackberry Women in Technology Awards, Best Use of Technology finalist 2006

HSBC Start-up Stars Regional Winner 2006

NatWest Startup Awards, Best Use of Technology finalist 2006

ISPA Awards, Best Streaming Service finalist 2006

Growing Business Magazine ’50 to watch for 2006’

Real Business Magazine ‘Young Guns 2006’

Digital Video Magazine Gold Award Winner 2006

About the ISPAs

The ISPAs – the UK Internet industry awards – are unique as they are awarded to people and organisations in the industry by their peers and reflect the broad nature of the service provider sector.

The Internet Services Providers’ Association (ISPA UK) has been organising the UK Internet Industry Awards since 1999 to herald the best of the Internet industry and to celebrate innovation and best practice. In 2002 the awards were dubbed The ISPAs.

Each year the event changes to reflect changes in the sector and to represent the ever broadening nature of the service provider sector.

The awards categories now fall into one of two divisions – the ISP and Special Awards.

Attended by senior decision makers, Government representatives and the media, The ISPAs are the premiere event for the industry.

Organisations and individuals requesting tickets or further information should in the first instance visit http://www.ispaawards.org.uk.

Organisations interested in sponsoring The ISPAs should telephone 020 7609 1907 or email pressoffice@ispa.org.uk.
 

Notes to Press

For further information please go to http://m3.mydeo.com  or contact press@mydeo.com +44(0) 7799 622 146

For previous press releases: http://www.mydeo.com/press

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Library House today revealed Mydeo as one of its 2008 Mediatech 100 in association with Kemp Little and New Media Age. Having recently released its new business service m3 (http://m3.mydeo.com), the streaming specialist will be recognized and celebrated at the Essential Mediatech 2008 conference in London on November 11.

London, UK (PRWEB) November 11, 2008 — Library House, (www.libraryhouse.net), the essential source on fast-growth, innovation-led private companies across Europe, today revealed Mydeo (http://www.mydeo.com) as one of its 2008 Mediatech 100 in association with Kemp Little and New Media Age.

The Mediatech 100 is a list of Europe’s hottest private media technology companies likely to have the biggest impact on the industry in the future.

Winners were selected using Kemp Little proprietary data filters and an expert advisory panel including some of the most prominent mediatech investors and experts in Europe, with senior mediatech representatives from Microsoft UK, Amadeus Capital, Kodak External Alliances and Advent Venture Partners.

With consideration was given to growth and market impact potential, the Mediatech 100 represents those most likely to change the face of the Mediatech industry.

CEOs from all of the companies successful in making the final 100 will be recognized and celebrated at the Essential Mediatech 2008 conference being held at the Hotel Russell in London on November 11, 2008.

Essential Mediatech 2008 will form an authoritative voice on the state of play in the mediatech sector, bringing together some of the most influential movers in the industry and assembling the most exciting companies, with the aim of answering the most pertinent questions facing the sector.

Andrea Favale, CEO of Library House commented, “Our Mediatech 100 includes some impressive companies and shows the strength of European venture capital in this sector and more widely. It’s very encouraging to see the number of businesses that are being financed and their potential.”

Other companies named in the MediaTech 100 included: Flirtomatic, Moo Print, Where Are You Now, Dailymotion, King.com, Sulake, Playfish, Blyk, Plastic Logic and Stardoll.

For information on Mediatech 100 companies including case studies, commentary and to download the Mediatech Report, please go to www.libraryhouse.net/report.

About Mydeo:
Launched in 2005 following a DTI Research and Development grant for Technical Innovation, Mydeo became the first and only service to be fully integrated into Microsoft’s Windows Movie Maker software. Mydeo now provides high-quality streaming video hosting to over 250,000 individuals, communities and businesses around the world.

In October 2007 Mydeo announced that Best Buy, the largest consumer electronics retailer in the U.S. with market cap of over $20bn, were taking a minority equity stake in Mydeo, and would be using the Mydeo platform for its own bespoke video sharing service.

Mydeo won a commendation in the ‘Best Streaming Service’ category at the 2008 UK Internet Service Provider awards and has been named a Red Herring Europe 2008 finalist.

In July 2008 Mydeo launched its ‘Mydeo Media Manager’ enterprise offering aimed at the SME market. Mydeo Media Manager (http://m3.mydeo.com) provides the high performance and reliable delivery of global CDN, but on more flexible commercial terms designed for small businesses. This includes low cost plans, no set-up fees, free premium reporting and no minimum contracts. Instant account set up and 30 day free trial.

Recent Awards:
Blackberry Women in Technology Awards, Best Use of Technology by a Woman in Small to Medium Business Finalist 2008
ISPA Awards, Best Streaming Service finalist 2008
Everywoman Iris Award Winner 2007
Red Herring Europe 100 finalist 2007
Courvoisier ‘The Future 500′ list 2007
Sharpe Edge awards, Best e-Company finalist 2007
ISPA Awards, Best Streaming Service finalist 2007
IWA Europe ‘Best Streaming Innovation’ finalist 2007
WebUser Magazine ‘Best New Websites’ 2006
Blackberry Women in Technology Awards, Best Use of Technology finalist 2006
HSBC Start-up Stars Regional Winner 2006
NatWest Startup Awards, Best Use of Technology finalist 2006
ISPA Awards, Best Streaming Service finalist 2006
Growing Business Magazine ’50 to watch for 2006′
Real Business Magazine ‘Young Guns 2006′
Digital Video Magazine Gold Award Winner 2006

Notes to Press:
For further information please go to http://www.mydeo.com or contact press @ mydeo.com +44(0) 7799 622 146.

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