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At least in terms of branding and industry recognition, Clicker is doing the best job so far of being a television guide for the web. The company — which only launched three months ago at our NewTeeVee Live conference — has been rewarded with an $11 […]

At least in terms of branding and industry recognition, Clicker is doing the best job so far of being a television guide for the web. The company — which only launched three months ago at our NewTeeVee Live conference — has been rewarded with an $11 million Series B round led by JAFCO Ventures and including previous investors Benchmark Capital and Redpoint Ventures. Continue reading at GigaOM.

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  1. Stage Two's blog » Client News: Clicker has raised a Series B round of funding Thursday, February 18, 2010

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  2. Liz – great write up! I think your readers would be interested in hearing about Yidio.com in the context of this raise –

    We agree the online tv space is heating up – Yidio.com , whose funding you covered back in November (I am on BOD), has also been growing like a weed. Compared to the 750K users mentioned above they are doing about 11 million visits a month, 45MM or so page views, and are very profitable. It’s not about how much money you raise, but how much money you make … :-)

    –Al

  3. I agree with Alan. This space is hot, but that is an incredible amount of money to be raising. Either way, this is a big win in validating this space.

    Clicker has been executing well on the portal side, so maybe SetJam will just have to be content with being the fastest way to find the shows you want!

  4. TV Expert TheFutonCritic.com to Add Online Listings, Original Content Thursday, May 6, 2010

    [...] and Futon Media CEO Brian Ford Sullivan, the aim is not to compete with sites like SetJam or Clicker that also aggregate links to online TV content. “We don’t see [them] as competition [...]

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