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[qi:035] Grouper, a web video company that tried a variety of strategies and business models before being acquired by Sony for $65 million nearly a year ago, is back with a new angle. It’s renaming itself Crackle and launching an original content discovery site, applying the […]

[qi:035] Grouper, a web video company that tried a variety of strategies and business models before being acquired by Sony for $65 million nearly a year ago, is back with a new angle. It’s renaming itself Crackle and launching an original content discovery site, applying the distribution and production assets of Sony to offer web video makers a sweeter package than other offerings. The site went live late on Sunday. Continue Reading at NewTeeVee.com

  1. I love Grouper! When they stopped their online community service in December, thousands of their users looked for an alternative and embraced our free, private, encrypted file-sharing service: http://www.gigatribe.com

    I guess we owe them a beer, a nice big, cold pitcher of Sierra Nevada to say the least ;-)

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