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What is Joost ? Formerly known as the "Venice Project," Joost is an IPTV service from the creators of Skype and Kazaa based on peer-to-peer (P2P) technology. Learn more about who created these P2P apps, including how Joost is different from YouTube, Current.tv, Revver or other online video.

Use the Flash player above or click on the MP3 link below to listen on your PC or download to your favorite portable media player. After you listen, visit Joost.com to sign up for the beta, if you like.

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This was last updated in February 2007
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