We’ve been here before: US startup Chill was pitched as a Turntable.fm for videos when it launched last year (Bulletin, 12-Aug-11), before later pivoting to be a Pinterest for videos instead. Now there’s a new site bringing videos to the avatars-djing-in-virtual-rooms party: Plug.dj. People sign in via Twitter, Facebook or Google, then can search for music on YouTube and SoundCloud, rather than uploading songs themselves. Users can also import their existing playlists from Turntable.fm if they want to be properly meta. Evolver.fm notes that Plug.dj isn’t buzzing just yet – seven users in the most popular room. It appears to work outside the US, which for now gives it one advantage over Turntable.fm.

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  1. Gaining steam now. 529 people in the biggest room. 450 people in the second biggest. Hockey-sticking.

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