Memory lane We've been watching Woo Me since it launched.
It's unclear what Woo Me sold for, but the service did raise some $17 million in venture financing in the past, meaning investors would have only gotten a return if the pricetag was higher.
With the acquisition, Woo Me's 10 million users (though some say that number is inflated) are now redirected to Zoosk, with the message "Good news!
Online dating site Zoosk announced Friday its acquisition of Woo Media for an undisclosed sum.
Woo Media, which had previously touted itself as a live interactive video platform, owned and operated online dating sites Woo Me.com, Shufflepeople.com, and
Or, create your own sessions based on your interests, such as "Tech Crunch Readers in San Fran".
Invite friends or strangers to play with you and immediately decide if you are woo'd by someone.
I like their idea of having these user-generated forums...
"The challenge is whether [dating site users] are authentic.
Founded in 2006, Woo Me's management team has experience in bringing innovative web applications to market for companies including: Alta Vista, CMGI, BT, Accenture, Qwest, Shopzilla, Trilogy.