From the Filings–Startup Edition

(Recent funding news based on Form D filings with the S.E.C.)

New York-based Peer39 Inc. has raised $2.5 million in fresh capital, according to a regulatory filing. Peer39 provides data based on the content and structure of web pages, and aims to help companies improve the effectiveness of online display advertising. The company raised a $10.5 million Series C round in 2009, peHUB reported at the time. Peer39 is backed by investors including Evergreen Venture Partners, Canaan Partners and Dawntreader Ventures.

TodoCast Inc., developer of an online social broadcasting platform, has raised $1.6 million in financing. The company’s interactive streaming platform is designed to include satellite connectivity, audience management, as well as interactive and social networking features, according to the company’s website. TodoCast is based in San Diego. Directors include Kenneth August of Sage Partners.

Brooklyn-based Percolate Industries Inc. has raised $1.5 million for its content creation technology, designed to filter and curate content from across the web and various social media sites. Users are able to publish relevant content across Twitter, Facebook and other platforms. Clients include the Reuters’ website Counterparties.com. Venture firm First Round Capital is among Percolate’s investors. First Round Managing Partner Chris Fralic holds a seat on the company’s board. Percolate was formed in 2010.

Seattle-based SpaceCurve, maker of a real-time analytics platform for big data, has raised $1.5 million in financing. According to an amended regulatory filing, the company has sealed $1.51 million of a planned $1.96 million. Company board members include Tony Askew, General Partner at Reed Elsevier Ventures.

Boulder, Colo.-based start-up Skedul.me Inc. has closed on $1.475 million, according to a regulatory filing. The company is backed by Foundry Group, Google Ventures, SoftBank Capital, SoftTech VC, Box Group and DH Capital. According to the Skedul.me website, the company is developing technology to “simplify the meeting experience in a mobile world.”

Portland, Ore.-based Steamfunk Labs Inc., has raised $940,000 out of a planned $1.15 million financing round. The company, which operates as Vizify, is developing technology to help people build online profiles. The company has yet to launch its service. Investors include Portland Seed Fund.