Check out what people are saying about Laffster in the press.

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"We are consumers of the products we build so our investors and clients appreciate that perspective a lot." Read more »


"Much like Pandora, Laffster's algorithm is designed to learn what makes you laugh, whether that's dripping sarcasm or slapstick comedy, and adjusts your personalized stream of content accordingly." Read more »


"The company wants to help people discover online comedic content as easily as they would music, wanting to be for online humour what Pandora and Songza are for music." Read more »


"For now, Laffster is starting with Mock The Vote to capitalize on the one-third of Americans under 40 who consider political satirists as replacing more traditional news outlets such as Fox and CNN." Read more »


"The Los Angeles startup set out earlier this year to build a technology that could solve this discovery problem and drive users to find what makes them laugh in a personalized way." Read more »


"Nearly one-third of Americans 40 and younger see these souces like Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert taking the place of traditional news." Read more »


"In addition to the funding, the firm said it has launched a new iPhone app called "Mock the Vote", which delivers humorous, up-to-the-minute political news." Read more »


"There may actually be a business opportunity here. Besides CollegeHumor and FunnyOrDie, it's a relatively small field for such a huge social interest. A recent study by the Pew Research Center found that in 2009, 50% of adults watched online comedy videos, up from just 31% in 2007." Read more »

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"While big stars such as Ferrell can get hits without much effort, smaller outfits that are targeting a niche audience rely on the technology that companies such as Laffster provide." Read more »