Epoxy secures $6.5M in Series A to help YouTube networks better engage with fans
YouTube analytics startup Epoxy has some fans with deep pockets, picking up $6.5 million in Series A funding. Investors in the round include Upfront Ventures and Time Warner Investments. The Venice, California-based company is focused on the social aspect of the YouTube equation, offering content producers a set of social tools to better engage with fans. The service includes analytics to allow users to measure the effectiveness of their efforts.