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Miso launches Quips, TV clips meant to be shared


Social TV platform Miso has launched Quips, a new iPhone app that lets users choose a show’s particular scene, add their own captions, and share them on their social feeds.

Rather than have users capture their own clips, Quips offers a library of popular clips from which users can select or browse through to find their favorites. The catalog is drawn from more than 500 shows.

Quips is the latest product from Miso, which has raised a total of $6 million in funding from investors including Khosla Ventures, Google Ventures and Hearst Interactive Media. Founded in 2010, Miso is headquartered in San Francisco.

Related links:

Miso blog – Miso launches Quips, the best way to talk about TV!

Lost Remote – Miso debuts a new social TV app called Quips for sharing your favorite TV moments

TechCrunch – Social TV Startup Miso Pivots Again, Launches Quips App To Let Users Share Their Favorite TV Moments

Broadcast Engineering – Miso Quips Works to Bring Social TV to Mobile




  1. Interesting to hear what Miso is up to. Second screen apps have a lot of potential, and these guys are doing the right thing by testing out several different angles to get viewers engaged. The nut hasn’t been cracked yet, but this is how you crack it.