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MeeVee: Someone Please Buy Mee

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MeeVee, the struggling online video guide, is looking for a buyer. The well-capitalized site announced in a release that it would do better by “combining with an established player”, and it’s inviting interested parties to shoot them an email (seriously). It also says it’s currently in discussions with other parties. The Burlingame, CA-based site lost its CEO last month, and last summer it laid off 20 percent of its workforce — it appears it may have laid off even more, as the release says it’s down to just seven full time employees. Since its founding in 2000, the company has raised nearly $24 million from investors including Bay Area Equity Fund, Defta Partners, FCPR Israel Discovery Fund, Labrador Ventures, Rothschild Ventures, and WaldenVC. Release.

One Response to “MeeVee: Someone Please Buy Mee”

  1. Looks like Meevee has started to go under…..listings are starting to fail. Great site while it lasted but not the market for selling off any kind of DotCom entity.