Vadio Gets Backing From Mucker Capital, Amplify, Others In $2M Funding

Vadio, the developer of a platform which helps match music videos and ads with streaming music, said Thursday that it has raised $2M in a seed funding round, which included Mucker Capital, Amplify.LA, as well as other LA investors. The company--which has operations in Los Angeles and Portland, Oregon--said it raised the funding from Ed Wilson (former President of NBC Enterprises), Robin Richards (former CEO of Vivendi Universal, and who also has been involved with, NTI Group,, and other local startups); Marc Geiger (Lollapalooza, William Morris Endeavor); Irwin Federman (US Venture Partners, NVCA), along with both Mucker Capital and Amplify.LA. Vadio is led by entrepreneur Bryce Clemmer, and recently inked a deal with Vevo to help match Vevo's large library of music videos with other online, music streaming sites. More information »