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About Naritiv

Naritiv, formerly Laffster and CogoTV, is a network with Snapchat as its center of gravity. The company is building ongoing programming and large audiences on Snapchat for brands as well as its owned and operated channels all involving creators who see over 3 billion views per month. Naritiv's partners have access to unique technology and reporting capabilities on both Snapchat as well as the other platforms our content spreads to (such as Twitter and Instagram). Naritiv is dedicated to cultivating new talent, growing existing talent, and leading the shift towards content consumption on mobile first platforms.

Naritiv Headquarters Location

309 E. 8th St Suite 602

Los Angeles, California, 90014,

United States


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Latest Naritiv News

Innovators List 2017: 10 Hollywood Disruptors From MoviePass CEO to James Corden (Videos)

Oct 3, 2017

1. Dan Altmann, CEO & Founder, WeBuyGold Dan Altmann is the CEO and co-founder of WeBuyGold, a social-video network pioneering new ways to tell stories with the world’s most popular and emerging music talent. The company recently launched a short-form animated series on Instagram called “The Year 2100” featuring multi-platinum rapper and songwriter 21 Savage, which became an instant hit receiving more than 20 million views. Music mogul and social media king DJ Khaled serves as WeBuyGold’s creative director. Altmann also founded Naritiv, a platform that connects top brands like Freeform, Marriott and Red Bull with influencers on Snapchat. Social media market leader Hootsuite acquired Naritiv in March 2017. With a talent roster of more than 400 creators worldwide, Naritiv’s content amassed more than 10 billion seconds viewed on Snapchat alone. 2. James Corden, TV Host The London-born host of CBS’ “The Late Late Show With James Corden,” also started the wildly popular “Carpool Karaoke,” which is now a web series on Apple Music as well as a segment on his weeknight talk show. Corden and the “Late Late” team have prioritized segments that will perform well online, helping to revolutionize the way late night shows are consumed. 3. Luis Balague, Sofia Vergara, Emiliano Calemzuk, co-founders, Raze Raze is a digital platform and premium production company making cutting-edge, high-quality content focusing on the voices and perspectives of Latinos whose stories are too often overlooked or underappreciated. Raze, founded by Sofia Vergara, Luis Balaguer and Emiliano Calmezuk, leverages its strategic partnerships to produce movies, TV shows and branded content to harness the tremendous growth of talent connecting directly with their fans through social media. 4. Mitch Lowe, CEO, MoviePass Mitch Lowe has 30 years in the movie industry , including serving as president and COO of Redbox. But as CEO of MoviePass, the nation’s premier movie-theater subscription service, he has shaken the industry with his plan to disrupt the moviegoing experience. This summer, MoviePass shook up the exhibition industry by announcing plans to allow movie buffs to attend up to one movie per day for a fixed subscription fee of $9.95 per month — an idea that some of the major cinema chains see as an almost existential threat to their business models The service, now accepted at more than 91 percent of theaters across the United States, is the nation’s largest theater network. 5. Rick Famuyiwa, Billy Parks and Karyn Spencer, AT&T Hello Lab Rick Famuyiwa, the Nigerian-American writer-director of the 2015 indie standout “Dope” and the upcoming Showtime movie “The Chi,” agreed to serve as a mentor for diverse young filmmakers as part of AT&T’s Hello Lab, the brainchild of Fullscreen’s Billy Parks and AT&T’s Karyn Spencer. Spencer was a talent agent in Hollywood before joining Ashton Kutcher to build Katalyst, a production company for film, TV and digital media. She’s also worked as VP of Brands at theAudience, a multichannel publisher founded by Sean Parker, Ari Emanuel and Oliver Luckett, as the Creator Development Lead at Twitter for Vine. Now as the VP of Creator Lab at AT&T, she leads talent partnerships with digital creators and traditional celebrities. Parks, as EVP of creative content and strategy at Fullscreen parent company Otter Media, develops audience-driven digital video across platforms to help grow partner companies’ consumer bases. He previously served as SVP of Fullscreen’s strategic content studio, which develops IP and content experiences for brands and emerging platforms. 6. Lena Waithe, Writer, “Master of None” Actress-writer Lena Waithe is one of Hollywood’s most promising up-and-coming talents, who continues to grow her body of work with diversity, charisma and comedy. The first African-American woman to be nominated — and win — the Emmy for Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series, for the poignant “Thanksgiving” episode of Netflix’s “Master of None.” The episode focuses on Waithe’s onscreen character, Denise, and her experience coming out to herself and her family through the lens of the Thanksgiving holiday over three decades. Directed by Melina Matsoukas, the episode upended tradition — and proved the wisdom of creator Aziz Ansari’s decision to reconcieve Denise as a queer black woman instead of the straight, Caucasian female he had initially envisioned. 7. Noel Maxam, co-founder and CEO, Emagispace Maxam, co-founder and CEO of Emagispace, is gifted in recognizing the rapidly changing behaviors and needs of consumers and inventing disruptive solutions to address those opportunities. He has directed, written, or produced over 3,500 hours of television on CBS, NBC, Disney and Nick-at- Nite — and grew frustrated with the time, cost and storage needs of traditional set construction, and the environmental waste when they were ultimately scrapped. So the Emmy winner founded a company whose patented EmagiBlock platform greatly reduces the cost, money and time required for interior construction. And his system is applicable for non-Hollywood industries that have a need for flexible, reusable interiors: from commercial office space, to retail, art galleries and more. 8. Farhad Massoudi, CEO, Tubi TV Tubi TV is an online TV subscription service that doesn’t require credit cards or subscription fees that grew out of adRise, a service launched in 2014 by  University of California, Berkeley, graduate, Massoudi. The service, which relies on advertising revenues so consumers don’t have to pay for video content, has attracted partners including Lionsgate, MGM, Paramount Pictures and Starz, that have boosted its catalog to 50,000 rotating titles. 9. The Try Guys, YouTube Creators “The Try Guys,” a series by Buzzfeed Motion Pictures, features the viral antics of Zach Kornfeld, Eugene Lee Yang, Ned Fulmer and Keith Habersberger. The group’s videos  have reached 1 billion views across their social media platforms. Now in their ninth season, they have more than two million Facebook followers, and their most recognizable video, “The Try Guys Try Labor Pain Simulation,” has more than 26 million views. They’re known for taking on outrageous and silly situations, and write, produce, shoot and direct all of their own videos. 10. David Fenkel, Jon Hodges, Daniel Katz, co-founders, A24 In its five years of existence, the New York-based indie studio A24 — founded by David Fenkel, Jon Hodges and Daniel Katz — has made a major impact on the film and TV scene. Most recently, the company scored a three Oscars for Barry Jenkins’ lyrical drama “Moonlight” — including Best Picture in an envelope-swapping surprise. The film also won a record-breaking six Independent Spirit Awards and a Golden Globe for Best Picture – Drama. In 2015, A24’s releases included “Room,” which won star Brie Larson an Oscar for Best Actress; “Amy,” Asif Kapadia’s Oscar-winning portrait of Amy Winehouse; and Alex Garland’s lauded directorial debut “Ex Machina,” a sci-fi smash starring Domhnall Gleeson, Oscar Isaac and Alicia Vikander, which won the Academy Award for Best Visual Effects. The Scene With Kevin Smith, AMC Boss Charlie Collier at TheGrill Special Event (Photos) To launch TheGrill -- TheWrap's annual event about the convergence between Entertainment, Media and Technology -- influencers, including Kevin Smith, AMC President Charlie Collier and more gathered Tuesday at the Montage Hotel on Tuesday for hard-hitting conversations and cocktails. Guests check in for the evening. Actress, producer and model Lily Lisa picks up TheWrap's annual Emmy issue. Photographed by Ted Soqui for TheWrap Model/actress Nadia Dawn poses on the carpet. TheWrap's Founder, CEO and Editor-in-Chief Sharon Waxman is all smiles with David Suissa, President of Tribe Media. Photographed by Ted Soqui for TheWrap Actress Greer Grammer poses before the night gets underway. Photographed by Ted Soqui for TheWrap Actress, model, screenwriter and activist Celeste Thorson ("How I Met Your Mother") strikes a pose. Photographed by Ted Soqui for TheWrap A Montage Hotel employee keeps the guests fed. The scene at the Montage. Photographed by Ted Soqui for TheWrap President and General Manager of AMC, SundanceTV and AMC Studios, Charlie Collier arrives at the Montage. Photographed by Ted Soqui for TheWrap Cocktails! Jason Hirschhorn, CEO of Media REDEF alongside Waxman and Collier. Photographed by Ted Soqui for TheWrap The scene at the Montage before the talks get underway. Waxman quizzes Hirschhorn about tech and the media world. Photographed by Ted Soqui for TheWrap Attendees listen in. Smith introduces his AMC boss, Collier. Smith tells an off-color story about his wife, his show "Comic Book Men" and their private.... conversations  The "Clerks" filmmaker brings the laughs. Photographed by Ted Soqui for TheWrap From inside the room. Waxman welcomes Collier to the stage. Photographed by Ted Soqui for TheWrap Collier delves into his AMC success model. And that's a wrap!

  • Where is Naritiv's headquarters?

    Naritiv's headquarters is located at 309 E. 8th St, Los Angeles.

  • What is Naritiv's latest funding round?

    Naritiv's latest funding round is Series A.

  • How much did Naritiv raise?

    Naritiv raised a total of $3.89M.

  • Who are the investors of Naritiv?

    Investors of Naritiv include Disney Accelerator, Deluxe, Allen DeBevoise, Matthew Anderson, Third Wave Ventures and 16 more.

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