Yesterday Microsoft announced the addition of video search to Windows Live.com Search, the currently-in-beta successor to MSN Search. The results are clean and uncluttered and the index seems to be pretty robust. Each result shows a thumbnail image and the video's title, length, and a short description where available. It pulls results from many sites, including big-media sites like ABC and Comedy Central as well as the new generation of social sites like YouTube and Grouper. Beyond that, there's little to report, but it does serve as a nice complement to Live.com's existing web and image search offerings.
[Via Don Dodge]