blinkbox is a London based online video company that allows users to stream and download movies and TV. They have content distribution deals in place with a wide range of UK and international production houses including Warner Brothers, Universal, Fox, Sony Pictures, the BBC, Fremantle and All3Media. Content is either free to the user (funded by advertising), or paid for, and users have the option to stream or download content.
The company was founded by Michael Comish and Adrian Letts, with financial backing from Arts Alliance, Eden Ventures and Nordic Ventures.
Funding Rounds (1) - undisclosedUpdate
|Mar 18, 2015||TechCrunch - Fradio’s New App Lets Anyone Be A DJ, Broadcast Live Radio To Friends And Fans|
|Jan 28, 2015||TechCrunch - Tesco Exits E-Books, Transfers Blinkbox Books Customers To Rakuten’s Kobo|
|Jan 26, 2015||Engadget - Tesco has given up on Blinkbox|
|Jan 8, 2015||TechCrunch - Retail Giant Tesco Offloads TV And Movie On-Demand Service Blinkbox To Telco TalkTalk|
|Jan 8, 2015||TechWeek Europe - TalkTalk Buys Blinkbox And Tesco Broadband Business|
|Jan 8, 2015||Engadget - What's next for Blinkbox?|
|Jan 8, 2015||Gigaom - Tesco sells Blinkbox to TalkTalk and may offload Dunnhumby|
|Jan 8, 2015||The Guardian - TalkTalk confirms £5m purchase of Blinkbox from Tesco|
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