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Warner is in talks to buy Machinima, a troubled network of YouTube gaming videos

Warner Bros. is close to buying Machinima, a YouTube network for gaming videos, in a deal valuing the company under $100 million, reports the Information. That's barely more than $92 million in venture capital the company has raised since being founded in 2000. Warner was one of the previous investors. The name "Machinima" is the term for making videos using the in-game graphics of a computer game, like the popular "Red Vs.
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