This week we look at Revision3 for the Podcast Crate.

Podcast of the Week.



Revision3 is the first media company that gets it, born from the Internet, on-demand generation. Unlike aggregators, mash-ups, clients and web sites, Revision3 is an actual TV network for the web, creating, producing its own original entertainment and content.

The content is designed for a new audience. This audience, like television, expects dependability and quality, but unlike television, wants a more gritty, edgy, highly-targeted and in-depth form of entertainment. With the proliferation of mobile video, iPods, Tivo and other Internet-connected set-top-boxes, video that is both on-demand and tailored to suit will be Revision3s specialty. Revision3 delivers technology, comedy, music, cooking, and more, all with the familiar faces you all know with years of experience.

Finally, Revision3s philosophy on content is neutral to how it is distributed. We will work with almost any distribution platform; iTunes, Odeo, Bittorrent, Palm, you name itand using every video encoding format available, including flash, making our content accessible to the greatest possible audience.

Who Are They?

Founded by Jay Adelson (Chairman, CEO of Digg, founder of Equinix), Kevin Rose (Founder and Chief Architect of Digg, TechTV, G4), David Prager (TechTV, G4), Dan Huard, and Ron Gorodetzky, Revision3 has been practicing out of a garage until fall, 2006. Even so, with over 1.5 million downloads a month, Revision3 has mastered the art of creating content, encoding and distribution. Now with funding from investors like Marc Andreessen and Greylock Partners, Revision3 has launched and is ready for prime time, or any time you like!

You can watch the programs right on the website or download them to watch on your computer or subscribe to them using iTunes or your favorite podcatcher.