VideoAmp Stock

videoamp.comEnterprise SoftwareFounded: 2014Funding to Date: $491.84MM

VideoAmp is the developer of a platform designed to enable advertisers to optimize their entire portfolio of linear TV, OTT and digital video to business outcomes, measuring how their ads performed against metrics that matter.

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Team

Management Team

Tom Schmitt
Chief Financial Officer
Jay Prasad
Chief Strategy & Business Officer
Michael Parkes
Chief Revenue Officer
Dave Gullo
Co-Founder & Chief Technology Officer
Ross McCray
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer

Board Members

Peter Liguori
Rhys Nölke
RTL Group
Erik Hodge
William Wise
Mediaocean

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News

What happens when the CEOs of Nielsen, Comscore and VideoAmp walk into a bar? … is nearly a joke you could have told on Tuesday. That’s when David Kenny, Nielsen’s CEO; Bill Livek, chief exec at Comscore; and VideoAmp CEO Ross McCray took to the stage at the IAB Annual Leadership Meeting to talk measurement... Continue reading »
VideoAmp is having a moment. (Nielsen is not.) “Winners and losers are emerging,” says VideoAmp CEO and Founder Ross McCray on this week’s episode.
TV measurement company VideoAmp is bringing on Tony Fagan, a former Google VP of ads data science and engineering, as its first chief technology officer. Fagan joins a number of other C-level hires over the past year, as VideoAmp plots an expansion after a $75 million funding round in May. Since 2020, former Comscore COO... Continue reading »