Dealradar is also working with traditional-media companies or their offspring, such as Metromix, owned primarily by Gannett Co., to help them create their own daily-deal sites, Mr. Hess said.

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BATAVIA, Ohio (AdAge.com) — As Google Offers prepares to do battle with Groupon and Amazon’s Living Social, one player could really clean up: Dealradar.com, a Chicago-based startup, aims to help frugal consumers clear the clutter from their email boxes by consolidating ever-proliferating offers from major coupon sites plus dozens of lesser players in one daily message.

Dealradar, launched last year and headed by Dan Hess, a veteran of ComScore, Information Resources Inc. (now SymphonyIRI) and Tribune Interactive, now operates in 70 U.S. cities along with 17 more in Canada, the U.K. and Australia.

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