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Short Take: Gaming network gets $30 million in funding

Total Entertainment Network (TEN), a provider of Internet games and game communities, announced that it has garnered $30 million in funding, which it plans to use for marketing, sales staffing, and expansion of its distribution partner roster and content lineup. TEN received the majority of its latest funding round from new strategic partners Liberty Digital and Nokia Ventures. TEN aims to delve deeper into the broadband and handheld Web platforms, considered by many to be the major growth areas for consumer access to entertainment media.

Total Entertainment Network (TEN), a provider of Internet games and game communities, announced that it has garnered $30 million in funding, which it plans to use for marketing, sales staffing, and expansion of its distribution partner roster and content lineup. TEN received the majority of its latest funding round from new strategic partners Liberty Digital and Nokia Ventures. TEN aims to delve deeper into the broadband and handheld Web platforms, considered by many to be the major growth areas for consumer access to entertainment media.