Samba TV Stock

samba.tvMedia/​EntertainmentFounded: 2008Funding to Date: $78.57MM

Samba TV is the developer of technology that is built into Smart TVs and easily maps to smart phones and tablets and is built to recognize what's on screen to learn what viewers like and use machine learning algorithms to enable discovery of shows and actors in a whole new way.

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Team

Management Team

Ashwin Navin
Chief Executive Officer
Dave Harrison
Chief Technology Officer
Dan Ackerman
Chief Revenue Officer
Randi Barshack
Chief Marketing Officer

Board Members

Ashwin Navin
Chris Scoggins
David Marquardt
August Capital
Jon Kirchner

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News

Samba TV, the leading provider of global TV data and audience analytics, and Vestel Group, an industry-leading manufacturer of some of the world’s leading TV brands, announced an innovation partnership to introduce a groundbreaking AI technology, Picture Perfect
The MarTech Interview Series with Ashwin Navin, Co-Founder and CEO at Samba TV is a fun Q&A style chat. It follows a two part format On Marketing Technology, and This Is How I Work.
San Francisco-based TV and video analytics company Samba TV cut a large portion of its workforce on Wednesday. Sources tell AdExchanger that the layoffs represent somewhere between 15% and 20% of the company, although more toward the lower end of that range. Samba confirmed the layoffs but declined to share how many people or what... Continue reading »