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Startups to watch

It's getting crowded on the Web 2.0 frontier, but there are still some startups that truly stand out. Business 2.0 Magazine identifies the ones most likely to strike gold in 2007.

Revision 3 is a production studio for geek-oriented online shows. Started by Digg founder Kevin Rose and its CEO, Jay Adelson, Revision3 sells sponsorships to companies like Go Daddy, Microsoft, and Sony for as much as $10,000 per episode.

Funding: $1 Million (Adelson, Marc Andreessen, Ron Conway, others)

Cofounder & CEO: Jay Adelson (shown right)

Headquarters: San Francisco

Employees: 7

Founded: 2005

Business model: Advertising

Bragging rights: 1.5 million monthly viewers; advertisers include Sony, IBM and Go Daddy

Next up: Launching up to 4 new shows

Contact: Info@revision3.com

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