Spotter Stock

spotter.laConsumer & Lifestyle / MediaFounded: 2019Funding to Date: $475.34MM

Spotter provides cash and data insights to YouTube Creators to help them grow their catalogs through licensing their videos, scaling their brands and investing in the resources they need. This company was founded in 2019 by Aaron DeBevoise and is headquartered in Los Angeles, CA. Spotter also delivers media solution to advertisers and ad agencies.

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Management Team

Aaron DeBevoise
Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Nic Paul
Chief Operating Officer
Nick Johnson
Chief Revenue Officer
Nisheeth Singh
Chief Analyst Officer

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News Highlights

Spotter Hires Former Google Exec Paul Bakaus as EVP, Product and Creator Tools
Spotter, a company that monetizes video libraries for YouTube creators, has hired former Google executive Paul Bakaus as Executive VP of Product and Creator Tools. Bakaus will focus on developing products and tools for creators and will report directly to Spotter CEO Aaron DeBevoise and Chief Strategy Officer Rob Gabel.
Spotter has spent $740 million on the creator economy. Colin and Samir took a look at that spending.
Spotter, a financing business, has spent $740 million on the creator economy, paying creators through catalog licensing deals. Spotter collaborated with creators Colin and Samir for a live event filled with keynotes and workshops. A breakdown of the company's investment shows 25% was put into new videos, 21% into studio purchases, and 13% into brand-building initiatives. The rest of the investments were used for hiring costs and creator products. The company plans to spend up to $1 billion on its creator economy dealings, having crossed the $600 million mark last year.
Updated on: Jun 15, 2024


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