The San Francisco-based firm claimed to be the only search engine optimised for rich media, using voice recognition software to transcribe the content of audio and video segments, whether commercial broadcast material or user-generated material such as podcasts and videoblogs.
Blinkx SmartFeed allows users to enter a customised search, specify over 30 channels from which they wish to receive content, and click the Create SmartFeed button to begin receiving relevant rich multimedia content delivered to their desktops.
The audio and video segments are then aggregated from the selected sources, and delivered to RSS readers as links in a way that mirrors traditional text-based services.
"The internet has evolved into a vast media network, with more and more multimedia content becoming available every day," said Suranga Chandratillake, founder of Blinkx.
"Much of the most current and compelling content on the internet is in multimedia format. Take breaking news, for example."
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