ZuneTV has launched, now Zune users can take some of their favorite web videos with them on-the-go. The project is the works not of Microsoft, but instead created by a team from the Zune Boards, and will allow Zune users to take web videos with them in a Zune-friendly format.
Coming off like a YouTube clone that was built specifically for Zune users, it seems the only limitation will be the amount of videos that are available, which as of this posting there are 291 public videos that have been uploaded and a total of 738 members.
Given that the Zune has sold a respectable 2 million units, its hard to imagine that all of those users would feel the need to use ZuneTV and the content may be lacking. However placing that aside, ZuneTV offers users a place to "Watch," "Share" and "Download" videos. Which means users can simply watch videos or choose to upload and share their own work, and in addition the videos are also able to be downloaded as a WMV Zune-friendly format.
This seems like a great option for Zune users who are always on the go, and one that will ultimately be dependent on the users for success or failure. In order to get set up, you will need, (assuming you don't already have one) a ZuneBoards account.
You can check it out at ZuneTV.net.