Pandora TV is a User Generated Content based video portal and personal broadcasting service offering VOD and live video streaming for anybody in the world.
Founded in October 2004, Pandora TV is a leading player in Korean video space. The service offers unlimited upload size and storage space, Open API for standard video platform, personalized broadcasting station with individual user's own Channel and international search that gathers related videos all around the world and shows.
Pandora TV raised over $16000000 million from Silicon Valley venture capitals—one lead by Altos Ventures and another by DCM—in two consecutive funding rounds in 2006 and 2007, which is the largest foreign investment made on Korean Internet start-ups. In 2007, Pandora TV won the award of Red Herring Asia 100 and Red Herring Global 100.
Pandora TV newly launched a global service for all international users on April, 2008. Pandora TV also plans to launch video services across all devices and platforms in near future. Expect to meet us anywhere ranging from IPTV to PDA.
Funding Rounds (2) - $16MUpdate
Board Members and Advisors (2)Update
|Apr 2, 2008||Venture Beat - DCM leads $10M investment in PandoraTV, fast-growing Korea video site|
|Apr 2, 2008||TechCrunch - Korea's Pandora.TV Looks To International Markets|
|Apr 2, 2008||TechCrunch - Korea’s Pandora.TV Looks To International Markets|
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