Tunity offers a mobile application that allows users to hear mute TVs, such as those in sports bars, gyms, airports, waiting rooms, or even at home. Users scan any TV for one second with their smartphone and the app will stream the perfectly synchronized audio to their device.On March 2nd, 2022, Tunity was acquired by iSpot.tv. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
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Mar 2, 2022
iSpot.tv, a leading measurement company in the industry's effort to create alternative currencies to Nielsen, has found a solution to one of its biggest measurement deficiencies: tallying out-of-home audiences. The company has bought Tunity--which measures consumer viewing habits in public locations like bars, restaurants and gyms, waiting rooms and airports--in a stock and cash deal...
Tunity Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Tunity founded?
Tunity was founded in 2013.
Where is Tunity's headquarters?
Tunity's headquarters is located at 401 Park Ave South, New York.
What is Tunity's latest funding round?
Tunity's latest funding round is Acquired.
How much did Tunity raise?
Tunity raised a total of $12M.
Who are the investors of Tunity?
Investors of Tunity include iSpot.tv, John Mack, MGM Resorts International, Adam Neumann and Star Farm Ventures.
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