How Content Creation Affects Your Funding

Paul O'BrienAdvocacy, Development, Education, Venture Capital5 Comments

Content media site Medium announced just days ago that they restructuring through layoffs and office closings as they “renew their focus.” Medium CEO, Ev Williams, noted that, “in building out this model, we realized we didn’t yet have the right solution to the big question of driving payment for quality content. We had started scaling up the teams to sell … Read More

Corporate Investment Fuels Game Development

Paul O'BrienOpportunity, Venture Capital1 Comment

As gaming continues to see explosive growth in console and PC, mobile, and VR, evident in the shocking explosion of the E3 Conference (Electronic Entertainment Expo) – it’s the entities from other major industries to which we should be turning for resources and opportunity.  It’s no secret, though it still confounds many, that the audience for gaming is an astoundingly large but … Read More

The Notable Angel Investors in Media Technology

Paul O'BrienFeatured, Venture Capital2 Comments

Before considering who they are, appreciate what angel investment means by asking how one might define “angel investor.”  Raising money, be that for a band, a film, a video game, or to invest in other media or software development, requires the right sources of funding, at the right stage, with the appropriate measure of progress and potential on you part.  A … Read More

An Industry Framework for Media Innovation

John ZozzaroAdvocacy, Development, Education, Venture CapitalLeave a Comment

A result of our early work to development MediaTech Ventures, we’ve been exploring unusual business models such as venture development and startup studios, MediaTech Ventures works to provide funding, talent, and resources at the convergence of media and technology. In our work with government, developers, non-profits, studios, investors, directors, musicians, actors, founders and more, to provide the infrastructure and access to networks that … Read More