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Will Smith Launching New HQ Music Video Site

April 17, 2008 (7:20 am) GMT
Will Smith in partnership with several record labels are establishing a site where music videos are available in high quality and full length.
Will Smith

Despite being away from the music scene for a couple of years now, is still looking forward to the development of the industry. The actor who started off as a rapper and his entertainment group Overbrook Entertainment have set up a new website called PluggedIn that will accommodate music videos in high quality.

The website which is based in Santa Monica offers free music videos only from popular artists such as , , , and . The clips which made up over 10,000 in quantity will use a new format called MoveMediaPlayer that enables full-length and high-quality view.

Users can also create their own account on the page and show off their favorite videos and artists. In the mean time, the videos are not available for embedding but reports are saying that they will be embeddable soon.

Smith is only one of the many investors chipping in for this project. Universal Music group, EMI and Sony BMG are also behind the site. The investment, according to Washington Post, is estimated up to $2 million.

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