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Atom Films, a pre-Web 2.0 aggregator of shorts from indie filmmakers that swallowed up Macromedia spinoff Shockwave was itself swallowed up in 2006 by old media heavy Viacom for $200 million. Now the site is finally relaunching two years after the acquisition with an emphasis on comedy and a handful of original series. The site has plenty of stiff competition for funny video clips delivered to bored office workers, but is still offering a fifty-fifty revenue split to creators. [Silicon Alley Insider]