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Online video programming startup TidalTV has raised a $15 million first round led by New Enterprise Associates and Valhalla Partners, the co…

Online video programming startup TidalTV has raised a $15 million first round led by New Enterprise Associates and Valhalla Partners, the company tells paidContent. At the moment, its site is in “coming soon” mode and the funding is intended to move along the development of TidalTV’s programming and platform. With offices in Baltimore and New York, TidalTV wants to position itself as a provider of streaming video that’s professionally produced.

The first round also included unspecified seed funding from Scott Ferber, a co-founder of AOL

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