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Bambi Francisco's Vator.tv draws more funding

Start-up founded by former MarketWatch journalist receives an undisclosed amount from Los Angeles-based Venture Farm.

Bambi Francisco

Vator.tv must have made its own successful elevator pitch.

Venture capital company Venture Farm has invested in the start-up, which helps other start-ups make presentations to potential investors via online video.

The amount was not disclosed in a statement released Tuesday by Venture Farm.

Vator was founded by former MarketWatch reporter Bambi Francisco. Peter Thiel, a PayPal co-founder, and Richard Rosenblatt, MySpace's former chairman, are among Vator's earlier investors.

Venture Farm specializes in early round investing.