Fliggo is instant video communities.
Fliggo offers anyone the ability to create their own video-uploading site, and share the videos either privately or publicly. Fliggo hosts and streams the videos, and gives site owners easy management tools to customize and monitor activity on the site. While the basic service is free, Fliggo charges for commercial features such as serving ads on a site or controlling the domain that it is on.
Create the next YouTube or just a private place to share your videos. Sites created with Fliggo are highly customizable, with many privacy and moderation options.
Funding Rounds (1) - undisclosedUpdate
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|Aug 17, 2009||Venture Beat - Ron Conway accelerates investments to real-time|
|May 18, 2009||Gigaom - Fliggo’s TwitVid.io Tries To Marry Twitter With Video|
|Apr 2, 2009||ZD Net - Fliggo - YouTube without everybody else's stuff|
|Feb 25, 2009||TechCrunch - Y Combinator Startup Fliggo Lets You Build Your Own YouTube|
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