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At this time, we are tracking 664 Future of TV companies across 11 categories, with a combined funding amount of $13.5B. These are companies and categories that involve anything and everything that relates to the future of television. Below you’ll find our Future of TV sector map as well as the categorical breakdown of the sector.
The following infographic summarizes our Future Of TV sector by median age of each category. The Content Management category has the highest median age at 9 years, followed by Video Infrastructure at 8.5 years. Each category in our Future Of TV scan was created by our dedicated team of analysts who specialize in helping you understand the complex startup ecosystem. We are currently tracking over 647 companies in 11 categories across 30 countries, with a total of $13.4 Billion in funding. To see the full list of 647 Future Of TV companies, contact us using the form on www.venturescanner.com.
The following infographic summarizes the average funding for each Future Of TV category to show which Future Of TV categories are the best funded. Please note that this data is based only on Future Of TV companies that have publicly available funding data. We are currently tracking over 647 companies in 11 categories across 30 countries, with a total of $13.4 Billion in funding. To see the full list of 617 Future Of TV companies, contact us using the form on www.venturescanner.com.
I caught up yesterday with Farhad Massoudi, the CEO of adRise. The company has focused the last several years building a connected TV content distribution and monetization platform. Essentially helping any video content creator get their content onto any connected TV or over the top (OTT) device with a native app. adRise then monetizes the content with video ads through their ad exchange and splits the revenue with content creators. In a fragmented connected TV and OTT environment with the likes of Roku, Google TV, and Samsung all competing for a slice of the pie, adRise enables content producers to hit them all with their turnkey solution. This has been a great business for adRise, and as they partnered with more and more content creators, a potentially bigger business fell on their lap and they jumped all over it.
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