Monday, September 18, 2006

Protocall raises $2M for DVD burning kiosks

According to this article on Long Island Business News, software maker Protocall Technologies has raised $2M in financing to let consumers burn DVDs on-demand via kiosks placed in public venues:

Protocall, founded in 1992, obtained the cash infusion from investors AJW Partners, AJW Offshore, AJW Qualified Partners and New Millennium Capital Partners II. The company hopes to use the funds to introduce its TitleMatch system, which lets retailers burn movie DVDs on demand to sell in stores or online without keeping a stock of movies on hand.

Protocall spokeswoman Lori Teranishi said Protocall is in talks with “movie content owners” about getting access to their titles, and with retailers about providing on-demand movies at their locations.

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