CNET News.com: "After lying low for a couple of years, MPEG-4--the successor to the
technologies that spawned the MP3 audio explosion--is catching on
with developers who are taking advantage of its ability to manipulate
digital music and video files. PEG-4 is a wide-ranging set of audio and video technologies
designed in part to condense large digital packages into small files
that can be easily transmitted online, much like today's most common
media formats, such as MP3, RealVideo and Windows Media."
August 8, 2001