Mobile Video Sharing Company Viddy Raises $1.6 Million

Viddy is a mobile video sharing start-up company that has raised $1.6 million in a first round of funding. Viddy had launched a mobile video creation and sharing application for the iPhone. This round of funding was provided by Battery Ventures, Bessemer Ventures, Qualcomm, Jarl Mohn, and early YouTube employees. Viddy said that they are creating a “Twitter-style feed of videos from friends, family, celebrities.” Viddy was founded by JJ Aguhob and Brett O’Brien. [soCalTech]

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