Philo Stock

try.philo.comConsumer & Lifestyle / EntertainmentFounded: 2010Funding to Date: $139.93MM

Philo is an entertainment solutions provider based in San Francisco, California, first founded at Harvard University in 2010 by Tuan Ho and Nicholas Krasney offering 60+ TV channels, unlimited DVR, and streaming on multiple devices - all without a traditional cable subscription. With additional offices in New York and Cambridge, MA, Philo's leadership team includes one of the founders of Facebook as well as alums of Meraki and HBO.

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Management Team

Andrew McCollum
Chief Executive Officer
Ben Chambers
Chief Technology Officer
Robert Roper
Chief Legal Officer
William Leetham
Executive Officer
Jeff Ross
Chief Financial Officer

Board Members

Patrick Chung JD

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News Highlights

Philo is winning the hearts and wallets of cord cutters with cheap streaming TV and no sports
Philo’s sports-free streaming bundle hits 750,000 subscribers, up 300% year over year.
Sports not your thing? Streaming options from Philo might be for you
If cord-cutters can live without ESPN, CNN and the broadcast networks, Philo may be for you. Many top cable channels available for streaming.
Low-cost TV streaming service Philo comes to Android – TechCrunch
Despite a slight price increase in April, Philo’s live TV streaming service is still one of the more affordable options on the market because of its strategic decision to not stream sports. That helps keep its costs down while providing an option for cord cutters who mainly want access to the…
Updated on: May 21, 2024


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