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With Whipclip, TV viewers can create and share clips of favorite moments
With Whipclip, TV viewers can create and share clips of favorite moments

Justin Bieber jokes will flood the Internet Monday night when Comedy Central premieres a “roast” of the pop singer. Unfortunately, most of the chatter will come via text even though sarcasm, vocal cadence and other keys to making a one-liner punch are best captured on video. It's just that videos of TV programming are tough to find on the fly.  But a new mobile app from one of Los Angeles’ most successful technology entrepreneurs has set out to speed things up by striking deals with a number of television channels, including Comedy Central, to let viewers “clip” TV moments after they air. Whipclip announced Thursday that the “Roast...

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