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Videolicious Raises $2.25 Million From Washington Post Company, Amazon.com, And The Knight Foundation
Videolicious, which makes an app that allows users to easily create videos from their mobile phones, has been working to get more adoption from businesses. It's being used for employee training, by real estate agents, and increasingly by news...
With More Than 1,500 Businesses Using Its Video Editing App, Videolicious Adds More Enterprise-Friendly Features | TechCrunch
Video editing app Videolicious was designed to allow users to create interesting videos on the fly by stitching together multiple photos and short video files. Thanks to an easy editing tool, the app been adopted by enterprise customers who are...
No path to entrepreneurship is exactly alike, but there are certainly common threads. In the Valley, there's the 20-year-old Stanford drop-out who's been coding since he was 12. In New York, there's the former banker/fashion designer/editor/ad...
There are plenty of tools out there to help aspiring young filmmakers become the next Steven Spielberg. But how many tools are there to help aspiring entrepreneurs become the next Ron Popeil? An early experience selling audio and video products...
Videolicious, a Newark-based software developer, has created an app for iOS devices to shoot, edit and narrate videos instantaneously. The company recently raised $1.4 million from Amazon and a group of well-regarded early investors. We...
Videolicious Relaunches Its App For Mobile Video Editing, Raises $1.4 Million From Amazon And Others | TechCrunch
Last year, we wrote about an app called Videolicious designed to quickly let users create videos without having any editing expertise. The startup has been refining its app since then, and just released a new version to improve automatic video...
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