Mio.TV files for Bankruptcy

Multichannel News reports that MioTV, the company which aimed at creating a one-stop Website where Latinos would watch TV, make phone calls and connect to each other, filed for bankruptcy in a Delaware court last week.

Private equity investors, led by Broadmoor Capital Partners refused to inject additional money in the venture. MioTV’s management team is no longer active.


Related Article:

Mio.TV buys Spanish Social Network Wamba.com

Trackback from your site.

Avatar

Editorial Staff @portada_online

Portada Staff

Leave a comment

MORE FROM PORTADA



Curacao’s CMO Ariela Nerubay: Automated Behavioral Emails More Than Double Open and Click-Through Rates

Curacao’s CMO Ariela Nerubay: Automated Behavioral Emails More Than Double Open and Click-Through Rates

Two years ago, the large-format retail store chain Curacao, headquartered in Los Angeles, began to send out automated emails based on customers’ interactions on Curacao’s website. The results have proven impressive, and Curacao plans to roll out new features offered by its automated emailing tool in the coming months.