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A company that works with independent artists to help them turn their music videos into YouTube plays.
A startup that wants to combine the accessibility and fun of YouTube with the technical accuracy and depth of a college course
A startup that helps brands find and connect with influencers on YouTube, Instagram, and other social networks
A platform for sharing and monetizing video. The startup’s goal is to apply the videos of YouTube stars to the video game and movie industries.
A SaaS platform for companies to manage their social media accounts across Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, and YouTube.
Cone.io is a SaaS platform that allows companies to build their own social media presence on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, and Instagram.
A new product that adds a watermark to videos, which helps users monetize videos on platforms like YouTube and Facebook.
A video-sharing app that’s just as good as YouTube.
An online video platform that helps people make videos that are all about content. It’s easier to use than YouTube, but has the same content quality.
A platform that helps you make never-ending, premium video content for your YouTube channel. It allows creators to generate content and not worry about the ad revenue.
A company that helps people manage their YouTube videos, allowing them to keep control of their content.
Media startups are often built on the back of a single product, such as Skype or YouTube. The company’s founders say its technology can help companies figure out whether a new product is worth the investment.
An AI-powered platform that allows artists to create unique video content, and also that provides a way for them to sell their videos for revenue. It is based on an idea for YouTube-based video sharing that was pitched in 2016, but has been in development since then.
An automated bot that allows businesses to create their own online videos from scratch. The video startups aims to do for businesses what YouTube did for videos.
A customer support platform for social networks, including Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
This startup is building a mobile-first platform that allows users to share and resume their favorite YouTube videos, in lieu of uploading to their own platforms or working hard to monetize their content
A company focused on helping companies find and recruit people who create content like blogs, podcasts, or YouTube channels. Content creators have to manually fill out applications and get approval from the startup to be on their platform. The startup has already raised $100,000 and is looking for more investment.
A paid content platform for YouTube channels that enables content creators to generate revenue from their efforts.
A digital-only media company that publishes content and films for the YouTube generation. The company says its mission is to “empower creators” and “make life better for the next generation of influencers”.
A company that helps big companies and brands create branded content for their YouTube videos, using a system of “buzzwords” and keywords to make sure the content is relevant and engaging.
A Chinese startup that’s building a global marketplace for movies. The startup wants to make it easier for people to buy and sell movies, with an interface that will integrate with sites like Vimeo and YouTube.
As Seen On TV is a YouTube channel that reviews and shares videos from the shows that air on TLC, the Discovery Channel, and History Channel. It was founded in January 2015.
A new revenue sharing model for content creators/identifiers. It’s like YouTube, but for video.
A startup that helps users make YouTube videos using live video from their mobile devices.
A platform for advertisers to bid on videos on YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, etc.
A new OTT video platform that wants to merge the video world of YouTube with the viral nature of Snapchat.
An API for managing a video distribution, with plans to integrate with the YouTube publishing platform and other video-sharing sites.
A software company that builds tools for online content creators to optimize their income by using tools like Google AdSense and YouTube Partner Program.
A new app that aggregates everything from Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube to allow you to find a specific song or video, plus the biggest trending songs and videos.
A platform for users to search, share, and rate content made by media companies (think Youtube, Vimeo, etc.).
A tool for videographers, pitch as “YouTube for professional filmmakers”. The app is meant to make it super-easy to upload and share videos.
A platform for storing and sharing user-generated content, designed for use with Twitch and YouTube.
A startup that is building a service that highlights the best of the media industry, rather than the best of YouTube.
A startup that allows people to make local videos, and then sell them to advertisers, essentially turning them into a YouTube-style video creator.
A company that provides software that helps choose the best video compression settings and then uploads videos to YouTube or Vimeo.
A startup for people to create and manage YouTube accounts on behalf of their colleagues. The startup lets users control YouTube channels and share the videos on their behalf.
The startup is building an iOS app that makes it easy to stream content from various sites, including YouTube. Similar to Viki, but for YouTube.
A $50 monthly subscription for unlimited streaming on Spotify and YouTube
A startup that helps users create and host video and video podcasts on their website and social media platforms, including YouTube and Facebook.
A startup that helps content creators like YouTubers and Instagrammers manage their brand, and offer guidance to consumers on how to use their content.
A tool for creators of videos, photographers, musicians, etc. to upload their work to various platforms, like YouTube, Vimeo, SoundCloud, etc. and sell it directly without having to deal with intermediaries like Facebook or Google.
Idea: This startup is building a content-creation platform for podcasts Users can record a podcast right from their web browser, and the startup’s AI will do the rest The company is currently working on a feature that will let users easily subscribe to podcasts by just typing in their email address — much like the way that users can subscribe to YouTube channels by just entering their email address
A company that provides a platform for publishing short videos to YouTube, Facebook, and beyond.
Builds YouTube channels for brands.
A free SaaS app that allows people to create their own curated YouTube videos, with a focus on entertainment and creativity.
A software company that powers the world’s largest video sharing platform. The startup helps users watch videos on Facebook, Instagram, Youtube, and others. It has over 2 billion daily active users.
Building a video platform for small businesses, allowing them to make videos and upload them to YouTube and Facebook. The startup has deals with such companies as CafePress and Personal Creations.
Idea: A startup that is building a decentralized version of YouTube. Users of the platform are able to earn money by posting content and advertisers are able to put ads on the content. The startup wants to give people the ability to build up a following without having to go through a traditional platform.
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