Huntington Beach-based AnyMeeting, which develops free web conferencing and online meeting software, reported this morning that it has released a new feature which lets users share any YouTube video into their meeting, and has also hit a milestone of 200,000 registered users. The site--which uses advertising to offset providing web conferencing services at no charge--said the new YouTube video feature lets users copy and paste the URL of any YouTube video into a conference, including allowing for pausing or skipping ahead in videos. AnyMeeting, headed by Costin Tuculescu, is backed by the Tech Coast Angels, Pasadena Angels, and the Maverick Angels.
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AnyMeeting Rolls YouTube Feature, Hits 200K Users