Most have fallen into the trap of endlessly scrolling through Netflix’s immense library to find something to watch. The disproportionate time that people spend finding a series versus actually viewing has given rise to a new category of watchlist apps. Bingie is the entertainment recommendation app that taps into personal networks to help find relevant content. Bingie puts an emphasis on content suggestions from friends and family to create a highly-personalized interface where users can discuss, discover, and debate the merits of shows and movies. The platform works across the major streaming services including Netflix, Disney+, Amazon Prime Video, and Hulu. Cofounder Matt Knox shares more about launching the company during the pandemic, the company’s future plans, and differentiators.
A look at how businesses can transform their TVs from background noise to short-form entertainment that could increase revenue in a Post-COVID-19 world.
Rights management and SoundCloud distribution platform Repost Network is being acquired by SoundCloud. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
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At LATechWatch, we love to hear from the Los Angeles community about how to better promote LA entrepreneurship. Trevor Doerksen, CEO and Founder of Mobovivo, gives a great and simple suggestion: “Create a HBO TV Series”. Easier said than done, we understand; but if you mix in actors, athletes and celebrities with authentic and behind-the-scenes […]