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P2P start-up lands AOL Time Warner funds

GoldPocket Interactive says it has received an investment from AOL Time Warner Investments, marking its third round of funding. Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but the interactive TV software company said this latest investment is in addition to the $55 million it has received from other investors in the past 14 months. Previous investors include Allen & Co., Barrington Partners and East River Ventures. The company's EventMatrix system allows millions of people to simultaneously interact with each other and with TV content using real-time, peer-to-peer technology.

GoldPocket Interactive says it has received an investment from AOL Time Warner Investments, marking its third round of funding. Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but the interactive TV software company said this latest investment is in addition to the $55 million it has received from other investors in the past 14 months. Previous investors include Allen & Co., Barrington Partners and East River Ventures. The company's EventMatrix system allows millions of people to simultaneously interact with each other and with TV content using real-time, peer-to-peer technology.