Dotstudioz, a Burbank entertainment tech company, has released a platform to help new media content creators manage, monetize and distribute their work.
No irritating stubble or bumps on Dollar Shave Club’s path of success.
Rightscorp, which helps owners of copyrighted intellectual properties get paid, has sold $2.7 million worth of common stock in an effort to bring the Santa Monica company into the black.
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The Hollywood startup is in the hands of Chief Executive Moj Mahdara. And Mahdara, whose marketing firm Made with Elastic bought the conference last year, has big plans for this new media company.
It’s a familiar story: an on-demand car-service app that hooks up drivers with riders at a discounted price. But Buddytruk of Santa Monica doesn’t move people. It moves their things.
Dollar Shave Club, the razor club that mails blades to subscribers, has raised $50 million in Series C funding, bringing its total funding to date to $73 million.
Science Inc.’s acquisition of mobile ad network PlayHaven is yet another sign of its recent push to develop engaging mobile content.
Snapchat probably wishes its legal battles could vanish like its photo messages.
Video monetization platform Zefr has acquired Engodo, a Utah ad tech firm, to help match brands with social media influencers.