Summary:

Interactive TV services company Ensequence announced today that it has secured $20 million in new funding, led by Clay Mathile, CEO of CYMI Technologies and former CEO and owner of the Iams Company. Ensquence also announced today that Peter Low will become the company’s new CEO, […]

Interactive TV services company Ensequence announced today that it has secured $20 million in new funding, led by Clay Mathile, CEO of CYMI Technologies and former CEO and owner of the Iams Company. Ensquence also announced today that Peter Low will become the company’s new CEO, replacing Dalen Harrison, who will remain on the board. Low had been the Ensequence president and COO and will retain the president title.

Portland, Ore.-based Ensequence is no slouch when it comes to getting money. We first wrote about the company in April of 2007, when it raised $40 million. With today’s announcement, Ensequence has now raised $110 million, according to a company spokesperson.

Ensequence boasts an impressive list of clients including MTV, ESPN, BBC and MLB.TV, and has created interactive television programs for shows such as Top Chef, Deal or No Deal and the Spike Video Game Awards.

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