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videoamp.com

Founded Year

2014

Stage

Shareholder Liquidity | Alive

Total Raised

$437.1M

About VideoAmp

VideoAmp is a media measurement company that aims to help advertisers target and measure the impact of their ads across platforms such as TV and mobile.

VideoAmp Headquarter Location

2229 S Carmelina Ave Suite 350

Los Angeles, California, 90064,

United States

949-294-0351

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Research containing VideoAmp

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CB Insights Intelligence Analysts have mentioned VideoAmp in 1 CB Insights research brief, most recently on Oct 25, 2021.

Expert Collections containing VideoAmp

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VideoAmp is included in 2 Expert Collections, including Conference Exhibitors.

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VideoAmp Patents

VideoAmp has filed 17 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Promotion and marketing communications
  • Data management
  • Internet television
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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

1/14/2020

4/12/2022

Data management, Computer network security, Social networking services, Search algorithms, Wireless networking

Grant

Application Date

1/14/2020

Grant Date

4/12/2022

Title

Related Topics

Data management, Computer network security, Social networking services, Search algorithms, Wireless networking

Status

Grant

Latest VideoAmp News

Pollen Raised $150M, Trust Gained $30M, and More LA Tech News

Apr 29, 2022

Photo: Pollen / Facebook News did not slow down in the LA tech scene this past week. Keep reading to see what companies gained new capital and are expanding. This is the Built In LA weekly refresh. Pollen raised $150M. Pollen provides travel experiences such as sports or concerts, partnering with brands and festivals such as Live Nation and Austin City Limits. This Series C round comes after a year of significant growth. [BusinessWire] Trust gained $30M. Trust provides a platform that allows businesses to network, learn and gain insights from other companies about building a brand. Trust gained a $25 million debt line from Upper90, as well as a $5 million equity investment. The company will continue to grow through more partnerships. [Built In LA] HaveNeed launched. The HaveNeed app was launched to connect people who have a similar need or want, allowing them to barter for items or services through the app. Users can rate a transaction after a trade is completed. If an individual does not receive what they are promised, HaveNeed will compensate them. The app hopes to integrate insurance protection and premium services in the future. [Built In LA] LOS ANGELES TECH QUOTE OF THE WEEK “Our mission is to try to mint as many independent musicians as possible because I feel like the value creation that they have is akin to startup founders. What I want to be known for is coining this term ‘artist founder’ and bridging the gap between what a startup founder’s net worth [and] what an artist founder’s net worth is because I feel like the impact they have in the world is the same.” – trac founder Cardin Campbell Trac gained pre-seed funding. Trac signs on artists similar to record companies, but allows the artist to manage every part of their work. The company also allows artists to turn their merchandise into NFTs. Trac gained $2.5 million, which will allow it to grow and add more features to its platform. The company also plans to double its 10-person team. [Built In LA] Stem gained $20M. Stem helps artists in the music business navigate monetization and distribution. This funding round, co-led by Block and QED Investors, will allow the company to build a payments platform and offer its financial tools to others in the music industry. The company also added QED partner Frank Rotman to its board. [Stem] VideoAmp acquired Elsy. VideoAmp, a company focused on data-driven advertising, acquired Elsy, which uses AI for media investment planning. The acquisition will simplify the work done for cross-platform media campaigns. [VideoAmp] Los Angeles startup guides

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  • When was VideoAmp founded?

    VideoAmp was founded in 2014.

  • Where is VideoAmp's headquarters?

    VideoAmp's headquarters is located at 2229 S Carmelina Ave, Los Angeles.

  • What is VideoAmp's latest funding round?

    VideoAmp's latest funding round is Shareholder Liquidity.

  • How much did VideoAmp raise?

    VideoAmp raised a total of $437.1M.

  • Who are the investors of VideoAmp?

    Investors of VideoAmp include RTL Group, Ankona Capital, Spruce House Investment Management, Tiger Global Management, D1 Capital Partners and 15 more.

  • Who are VideoAmp's competitors?

    Competitors of VideoAmp include Nielsen.

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