Make.TV Competitors, Revenue, Alternatives and Pricing
Estimated Revenue & Financials
- Make.TV's estimated annual revenue is currently $9.4M per year.
- Make.TV received $8.5M in venture funding in June 2017.
- Make.TV's estimated revenue per employee is $205,000
- Make.TV has 46 Employees.
- Make.TV grew their employee count by 21% last year.
- Make.TV currently has 1 job openings.
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What Is Make.TV?
Make.TV opens up possibilities for broadcasters of all sizes to acquire, curate, program and distribute multiple hyper-local live video sources from anywhere in the world to any destination (including video viewing platforms and owned broadcast networks), enabling experiences that engage viewers longer, increase monetization opportunities and drive brand value. Make.TV's live video cloud technology is trusted by world leaders in news, sport, entertainment and esports, including Major League Baseball, ESL Gaming, FOX Sports, NBC Universal, MTV/Viacom and Warner Bros. The technology allows content creators, producers, programmers and advertisers to work together with scale, speed and relevance previously not possible: Be first to access and use relevant content Deliver content wherever it needs to be across platforms Engage viewers longer, increase monetization opportunities and drive brand value Respond to creative production needs. Stay flexible and scale on demand Integrate with existing technology and workflowskeywords:SaaS
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LTN Global, a provider of broadcast-quality IP video transport solutions, has entered into an agreement to acquire Make.TV, developer of a ...
LTN Global has agreed to acquire Make.TV, a 3-year-old Seattle startup that builds live video streaming technology. Savage, Md.-based LTN ...
Make.TV's cloud service is used by broadcasters to easily access, curate, and publish live video streams across multiple platforms, whether live ...
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Make.TV Executive Hires
|2017-06-30||Jonathan Wilner||Chief Marketing Officer||Article|