Philo, the Boston startup offering streaming TV service at colleges, scored $10mln in funding from investors including lead investor New Enterprise Associates, CBC New Media Group, HBO, Rho Ventures, XFUND and CEO Andrew McCollum. The funding is expected to allow Philo to “expand upon its innovative product vision, as well as additional operational and strategic initiatives,” including the relocation of the company’s headquarters to San Francisco, the company said.

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