Razz, Inc. is a global publisher of entertainment software and services for mobile phones and other voice communication platforms. The company's audio distribution channel, the Razz, aims to enable consumers to mix sound content into their phone conversations and onto their personal web pages. Leveraging this patent-pending technology, mobile content distributors can now offer their consumers a new voice-centric entertainment service, and content owners can further monetize their branded properties. With the company's flagship mobile handset application, the Razz Player, consumers can interject stored sound clips into live conversations, outgoing messages and voicemail. In short, the Razz aims to provide a publishing and distribution solution for this new category of media: "in call entertainment".
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Apr 14, 2014
The youth beat goes on — Phonebites and IMVU score funding February 28, 2006 6:44 AM Matt Marshall Phonebites , the San Francisco start-up that sells “bites” for audio clips which mobile phone users can download and then play during phone calls, has raised $7 million in a second round of funding led by Mayfield. The company’s announcement is here . Six sounds are sold for about $3 to $4. Meanwhile Palo Alto’s IMVU has raised another $1 million from Atlanta-based angel investors the Seraph Group, according to VentureWire (sub required). IMVU is offering teens what it calls a three-dimensional instant messaging service that combines social networking, virtual reality and e-commerce. And here too, teens are expected to pay for doodads like new hairstyles and costumes… With IMVU’s technology – still in a beta version – users create a home page similar to a Friendster.com or MySpace profile, linking to friends’ pages and listing bands they like. But at IMVU, users design their own persona using a roster of three-dimensional animated characters, or “avatars,” and pick out clothing, hair styles and even pets. IMVU is not the catchiest name, though, in our opinion. Trending Research
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