The new general release enables Web users to find and view all types of video, from news footage and movie trailers to clips from television shows and independently produced videos.The move came just days after rival Web search provider Google announced new partners for its test video search service, which allows Web users to scour closed captioning content and see still shots of video clips. Google also has put out a call for people to submit their own video to the service. Yahoo, Google, Microsoft, Ask Jeeves and handfuls of upstarts like Blinkx are racing to provide all of the information consumers seek on the Web while cashing in on lucrative search advertising. Actually available content on Yahoo Video Search includes news clips from CBS News and Reuters, music videos from Country Music Television, MTV.com and VH1.com and movie clips and trailers from IFILM.com. It also carries video clips from Scripps Network's Home & Garden Television and The Food Network as well as from Discovery Communications' Discovery Channel, Animal Planet and Travel Channel. Yahoo's other partners include TVEyes, Internet Broadcasting Systems, The One Network, and Stupid Videos. Google Video's new partners include the Discovery Channel, Animal Planet, the Discovery Health Channel, CNN, and others.