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On-Campus Internet TV Service Philo Expands, Now Live At Over 40 Universities In The U.S.
“Philo, the NEA and HBO-backed startup that’s bringing traditional cable television, including both live TV and DVR functionality, to consumers’ mobile devices, has been working to expand its footprint in the university market.” Go to Story

Start-Up Puts Streaming TV on Campus
“At Harvard, resident students do not have to borrow their parents’ HBO GO passwords to watch ‘Girls’ and ‘Game of Thrones’ online…” Go to Story

If Facebook and Hulu had a Baby it Would Look Like Philo
“Launched from a Harvard dorm room a couple of years ago, Philo has quickly spread to more than a dozen universities…” Go to Story

The Lesser-known member of Facebook’s original team ready for spotlight
“One of the original five Harvard students who helped build the largest social network in the world walks into a gastropub just a few blocks away from the dorm room where it all began.…” Go to Story

Philo Notches $10M ‘B’ Round
“Philo, a startup that has developed an IP-delivered multiscreen video platform tailored for college campuses, said it has landed a $10 million “B” round as it looks to pursue “new market opportunities” and move the company’s headquarters to San Francisco.” Go to Story

Philo leads traditional TV toward campus cord-cutters, and maybe OTT’s future
“What will linear TV of the future look like? With millennials’ ambivalence when it comes to buying pay-TV bundles, traditional cable and satellite operators are struggling to find a middle ground to attract a younger generation.” Go to Story

Philo Raises $10 Million From NEA, HBO & Others
“The way people watch TV in a multi-device world is changing, which has led a number of consumers – especially among the younger demographic – to cut the cord with traditional pay TV, or just never sign up in the first place.” Go to Story

World’s 50 Most Innovative Companies 2014
“Students love [Philo] because, with just a college email address and access to campus Internet, they can watch live TV at Universities love it because it reduces bandwidth strain from streaming Netflix and illegal torrenting. And the industry loves it because it deters piracy and delivers the coveted 18- to 24-year-old demographic…” Go to Story