Ifilm nets key funding

Graser, Marc
January 2000
Daily Variety;01/25/2000, Vol. 266 Issue 38, p6
Trade Publication
Reports that Los Angeles, California webcasting firm IFilm's has secured an financing from major investors. Total amount of financing received; Use of funds to expand its presence in the area and enhance its IFilmpro.com entertainment business site offerings.


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