July 08, 2010 07:43 ET

Hip-Hop Video Director Launches Online Video Channel Is Set to Become the New Online Source for Entertainment News and Viral Video Clips

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - July 8, 2010) -  With just one click visitors can watch the latest videos from both Hip-Hop and Pop culture icons. Everything from exclusive music videos and interviews, to behind the scenes coverage and movie trailers can be found on the site. The user friendly website launched by videographer Mazi Oyo has already separated itself from similar sites by offering a monthly mix CD, hosted by award winning International DJ Kool Kid, as well as a quarterly DVD containing music and videos respectively, to help promote some of the site's featured artists.

For those who are slowly making the transition from television to web TV, also has a recurring segment being featured on the "Mazi O. Video" TV show, which airs weekly on Cablevision/Time Warner cable. 

According to eMarketer, approximately 33 percent of U.S. adult Internet users, or 58.9 million people, will watch web video or an online video channel at least once a month this year. Among U.S. adults who already watch web video regularly, the rate is even higher, at 50 percent. Next year, the rate among these groups will rise to 39 percent and 56 percent, respectively.

"I launched because I wanted to create a place where fans could watch the latest video clips that normally wouldn't be seen in mainstream media," says Mazi Oyo, founder of "Also a lot of artists would come to me after shooting a video and ask if I could help them promote it. Now I can say 'Yes.'"

Fans and artists can visit the website at to watch and submit exclusive content or just to find out more information about the video production and promotions services.


The iDOit4TV brand is a division of Mazi O Video, founded in 2009 by famed videographer, Mazi Oyo. Since then "Mazi O.", who is a regular commentator for the WBAI Radio Show "On The Count," has had his work featured on MTV, BET and every other major Hip-Hop website. He has attracted over 28 million viewers to these sites. On Saturday, July 10th, he will again host a featured segment of WBAI's annual "Hip-Hop Takeover," in the 5PM time slot, at 99.5 FM in New York City, streaming live, globally, at

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