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Sling Media raises $46.6M

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It's official. San Mateo start-up Sling Media has indeed raised a pretty big round -- to the tune of $46.6 million.

The product enables people to watch TV shows on the go, by tapping into programs they record on TiVo or other places. News officially released tomorrow.

Update: Goldman, Sachs & Co., Liberty Media Corporation and Echostar Communications led the financing round. Allen & Co. LLC, DCM -- Doll Capital Management, Mobius Venture Capital, The Hearst Corporation and other undisclosed investors also participated in the financing. Here's press release (downloads file)


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From: PaidContent.org
Slingbox's Funding: A Whopping $46 Million
Excerpt: : SiliconBeat reports on it again: Sling Media, the remote-access company which allows people to watch their home-stored digital media remotely, has raised a whopping $46 million round. The company has a box which attaches to a TV and a...
Tracked: January 30, 2006 4:00 PM

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I was at The Connectors Group / Silicon Valley 100 Showcase Monday night and saw Sling's prodcut - it's pretty cool!

Helen Wang on February 1, 2006 12:28 PM
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