CNET News.com's Caroline McCarthy contributed to this report.
Revver, a YouTube competitor that made a name for itself by paying video producers, has fallen on hard times.
The company's staff has dwindled to less than half the size it was 18 months ago, according to former employees. Rumors flitter around the Web about whether the company is running out of money. Now comes word that Revver has been trying to sell itself at a fire-sale price for months, according to three sources close to the company.
Revver's asking price is between $300,000 and $500,000, … Read more