Funding & Acquisitions Roundup: LittleCast gets $2M to enable video creators to market and sell content through Facebook
By Brian Kovalesky, StartUp Beat Editor
Today’s early-stage startup funding and acquisitions news:
LittleCast, a direct-to-fan video distribution platform, has closed a $2 million Seed funding round. Investors are undisclosed, with the company saying only that they are ‘a group of technology and entertainment investors.’ The San Francisco-based startup enables video creators to sell content directly on Facebook and through mobile apps. On Facebook, LittleCast also helps producers market their videos though News Feeds and Timelines. It was founded in February of this year.
HQ: San Francisco
Year Founded: 2013
Seed Investors: Undisclosed
Innovation: A direct-to-fan video distribution platform that enables video creators to sell content directly on Facebook and through mobile apps.
Total Funding: $2 million
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