Internet video technology provider Ensequence raises $40 million

Inc., a provider of interactive video technology to TV networks and Major
League Baseball’s Web site, has raised $40 million in new venture capital, the
company said Tuesday.

The name
of the private investment firm providing the new money was not disclosed.
Ensequence, based in


Ore., has now raised a total of
$87 million since 2002 from investors including Westbury Partners.

In addition
to, Ensequence’s clients include The Walt Disney
Viacom Inc.’s MTV, Liberty Media Corp.’s QVC home-shopping network and
Gemstar-TV Guide International Inc.

professional baseball, the company’s software powers the league’s MLB.TV Mosaic,
a service that enables subscribers to watch up to six live games on a single
screen simultaneously.

league, in a separate announcement Tuesday, unveiled several enhancements to
the service, including the ability to drag and drop the games a user wishes to
watch into the Web interface.

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