Seattle online tech site Seattle 2.0 today added a new video channel that’s going to include original content such as interviews and event coverage and shared clips gathered from the Web.
“Seattle 2.0 TV” is more than just a bunch of embedded Flash clips, according to Seattle 2.0 founder Marcelo Calbucci.
“We are really aggregating and parsing that content and generating a new aggregated service,” he said via e-mail.
So far the site supports YouTube, Vimeo, Google Video and ClipSyndicate but more providers will be supported later, he said.
The TV channel is launching just in time to broadcast from the sold-out “The Naked Truth: Show Me the Money” event tonight at Olympic Sculpture Park.
The event, organized by Redfin, Madrona Venture Group and Fenwick & West, is “a panel discussion of different revenue models for online consumer services.”
Speakers include founders and chief executives of local startups Picnik, Animoto, Urbanspoon and Redfin, plus Michael Arrington, Fred Wilson of Union Square Ventures and Damon Darlin, New York Times technology editor.