AT&T's Videoshare, their strange one-way video messaging service, is now working in a bunch of urban markets if you've got phones that'll work with it. I took it for a test spin this morning, and yes, it does work as advertised. See it in all its blurry glory in the above video.
Video of AT&Ts Videoshare Service in Action
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