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Google acquires online video startup Episodic

The company has acquired the San Francisco-based online video platform startup, although the terms of the deal have not yet been released
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Episodic, a San Francisco-based online video platform startup, has been acquired by Google, the privately-helpd company said on Friday.

Terms of the deal were not released. Episodic said in its blog new registrations for its service are being suspended during the transition, but that existing customers will not be impacted.

As Google continues to raise its game around YouTube, a company like Episodic — which focuses on things like analytics, content management, monetisation, mobile and syndication — appeals to the web giant.

For more on this story, see Google raises stakes in video, acquires Episodic on ZDNet.com.

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