Motorola Mobility Adds SetJam

Buyer is in Google's acquisition plans

Motorola Mobility, which is itself being acquired by Google, is acquiring New York-based online TV and movie guide SetJam.

Former SetJam CEO Ryan Janssen announced the deal in an email to friends and family today.

“We are all very excited about this transition here at SetJam,” he wrote. “Motorola and SetJam share the vision of making content delivery, discovery and consumption seamless across any screen, and as a world leader in video technology, Motorola will provide us with unprecedented levels of reach and distribution.”

In a statement, Motorola Mobility confirmed the SetJam acquisition but did not disclose terms of the deal.

"With this acquisition, Motorola Mobility strengthens its ability to enable service providers to create and deliver superior and meaningful experiences across multiple screens," the statement read. SetJam did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Founded in 2009, SetJam offers online TV and movie listings to make it easy to search for full-length programs across the Web.

This past August, Google announced that it planned to acquire Motorola Mobility for $12.5 million.