Unreel Entertainment

Unreel is a technology driven video streaming company focused on turnkey OTT distribution with a powerful video player for the world’s best video experience. Where Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and others are focused on building portals or "walled gardens"​, our belief is that Media and Entertainment will evolve looking less like the traditional cable model and more like the internet, where content moves seamlessly to consumers wherever and whenever they want it.Our goal is to power the frictionless distribution of video, and we built a market leading technology platform for universally on boarding and distributing content. We stand-up OTT video streaming sites and apps for content owners; enabling turnkey content distribution to hundreds of millions of devices and offer a full monetization stack for subscriptions, ads, and transactions. Our secret weapon is the patented Bumblebee AI, which crawls millions of videos every day analyzing engagement and social data, which powers search, video discovery, and personalization for all Unreel partners. Unreel is currently powering the OTT video streaming services for top networks, publishers, and content owners including BroadwayHD, Popcornflix, Bonnier Corporation, The Enthusiast Network, Wrangler Network, ZMG, and TV4.

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