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  • Full Streams Ahead: Clicker's TV Search Engine Is Now Open To The Public

    Full Streams Ahead: Clicker's TV Search Engine Is Now Open To The Public

    Clicker, the startup that looks to be a comprehensive video search engine for television content on the web, has launched to the public. The site made its public debut at TechCrunch50, where it generated quite a bit of positive buzz, and has gradually ramped up its private beta over the last couple months. I spoke with Clicker CEO Jim Lanzone (formerly CEO of Ask.com), who says that the site's… Read More

  • TC50 Backstage: Is Jim Lanzone a Jerk?

    TC50 Backstage: Is Jim Lanzone a Jerk?

    So former Ask.com CEO Jim Lanzone is starting a new company, Clicker. It’s like a TV guide for online video, and the experts named it as one of their favorite companies they saw today. I like Lanzone, but I had to ask: Does a company with a well-known CEO and $8 million already in the bank really need to win our $50,000 prize? His answer and more about why he’s jumping back into the start-up… Read More

  • TC50: Clicker Wants To Be TV Guide For The Web

    TC50: Clicker Wants To Be TV Guide For The Web

    More and more television content is making its way online. But because of different deals by various networks, it's all over the place. Even the huge sites like Hulu, only skim the surface in showing what is out there. Clicker, a service launching today at TechCrunch50, wants to be the most comprehensive way to find the video content you're looking for on the web. While there are no shortage of… Read More