Epoxy raises $6.5 million

Posted Jun 24, 2014

Epoxy is a social-focused video tool that helps online video creators control their content and connect with fans on social media. Epoxy’s underlying technology combines the best distribution, engagement, and viewing experiences in one central location.

The company has raised $6.5 million from Upfront Ventures, Time Warner Investments, Greycroft Partners, Bertelsmann Digital Media Investments, Downey Ventures, Advancit Capital and several angel investors.

Epoxy is used by content creators from YouTubers and Multi Channel Networks to studios and brands. Epoxy integrates YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram into a 360-degree platform of video distribution.

?Epoxy enhances the video experience for both our publishers and their fans by embracing the social nature of the medium,? said Juan Bruce, co-founder and CEO of Epoxy.? We understand that creators are incredibly busy and that brands and studios may not have the flexibility to engage with their entire fan base. Our product is unique in that it goes beyond merely providing distribution tools and insights. It highlights and enables the most influential real-time actions that online video publishers can take to intelligently grow their video businesses. We?re thrilled that industry leaders in the space such as Upfront Ventures and Time Warner Investments recognize the market need and share our vision.?