There's been a massive shift in television over the past several years, both in quality of content and the way we all consume it. TV Time is at the center of this transformation. Our product enables over two million active users all over the world to track, discover and discuss their favorite shows, no matter what, when or how they’re watching. It has quickly become the go-to product for cord cutters, streamers, bingers and premium subscribers alike to organize and connect around their passion for television.
In addition to providing a valuable service to fans, we are building an immense insights business. The (anonymized) behavioral and sentiment information we collect has become invaluable to content producers, networks and advertisers. Our billions of first-party insights allow them to discover and analyze trends unavailable from any other source, which is driving strategic decisions across their businesses.
If you’re the sort of person who can talk about your favorite TV shows for hours and have the passion to be a part of small, well-funded team that’s building something monumental, you just might have found what you’re looking for.
Our founding team led by Richard Rosenblatt (MySpace, Demand Media) is a unique combination of seasoned entrepreneurs and world-class tech leaders with experience building billion dollar companies. We’re well funded by top-tier institutional and private investors from the media sector, including Raine Ventures (the #1 media-focus investment bank), Steve Bornstein (ESPN, NFL), Gordy Crawford, Peter Guber (Sony, Mandalay Entertainment) and Ari Emanuel (William Morris Endeavor). We’re headquartered in Santa Monica, Calif., with an office in Tel Aviv, Israel.
Most importantly, we love TV.
We know you’ve got plenty of awesome TV to catch up on, so we like to move quickly. We open with a phone conversation about who we are, what we’re working on, and how you can help. You’ll get to know our product folks (favorite show: Modern Family, Newsroom) and find out what makes Whipclip so exciting. Next you’ll chat with our engineering team (South Park, Breaking Bad, Homeland, Borgen). And we’ll probably ask you to write some code snippets.
Cut to a visit to our office, where you’ll also meet our co-founders (Game of Thrones and Sons of Anarchy) and marketing (Deadwood) – and help us decide how to decorate our sunny new two-level space in Santa Monica. If all goes well, you’ll have a formal offer (and a beer) in your hands before the credits roll.
From raising our first round to pitching some of the biggest names in entertainment, we’ve just begun writing our amazing story and would love to have you on board. We keep meetings to a minimum and focus on moving things forward every day. You’ll have a high level of ownership and a strong voice at the table. At TV Time, the best idea always wins.