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The List of the 100 Companies that Matter Most in Online Video

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Limelight Networks

FOUNDED: 2001
CHIEF OFFICER: JEFF LUNSFORD, CHAIRMAN AND CEO

Livestream

FOUNDED: 2007
CHIEF OFFICER: MAX HAOT, CO-FOUNDER AND CEO

LiveU Ltd.

FOUNDED: 2006
CHIEF OFFICER: SAMUEL WASSERMAN, CEO

LongTail Video

FOUNDED: 2007
CHIEF OFFICER: DAVE OTTEN, CEO

Magnify.net

FOUNDED: 2006
CHIEF OFFICER: STEVE ROSENBAUM, FOUNDER AND CEO

Media Excel

FOUNDED: 2000
CHIEF OFFICER: JONGIL KIM, FOUNDER, PRESIDENT, AND CTO

MediaPlatform, Inc.

FOUNDED: 2005
CHIEF OFFICER: GREG PULIER, FOUNDER AND PRESIDENT

Microsoft

FOUNDED: 1975
CHIEF OFFICER: STEVEN A. BALLMER, CEO

Mixmoov

FOUNDED: 2008
CHIEF OFFICER: RALPH PÉLAMOURGUES, FOUNDER AND CEO

Netflix, Inc.

FOUNDED: 1997
CHIEF OFFICER: REED HASTINGS, FOUNDER AND CEO

NewTek, Inc.

FOUNDED: 1985
CHIEF OFFICER: JIM PLANT, PRESIDENT AND CEO

Octoshape, APS

FOUNDED: 2003
CHIEF OFFICER: MICHAEL KOEHN MILLAND, CEO

ON24, Inc.

FOUNDED: 1998
CHIEF OFFICER: SHARAT SHARAN, PRESIDENT AND CEO

Onstream Media Corp.

FOUNDED: 1993
CHIEF OFFICER: RANDY S. SELMAN, PRESIDENT, CEO, AND CHAIRMAN

Ooyala, Inc.

FOUNDED: 2007
CHIEF OFFICER: JAY FULCHER, PRESIDENT AND CEO

Optibase Technologies Ltd.

FOUNDED: 1990
CHIEF OFFICER: YARON COMAROV, MANAGING DIRECTOR

Origin Digital

FOUNDED: 1997
CHIEF OFFICER: DARCY LORINCZ, CEO

thePlatform for Media, Inc. (a Comcast subsidiary)

FOUNDED: 2000
CHIEF OFFICER: IAN BLAINE, CEO

PowerStream, LLC

FOUNDED: 1998
CHIEF OFFICER: GERARD VIRGA, CO-FOUNDER AND COO

Qumu, Inc.

FOUNDED: 2003
CHIEF OFFICER: RAY HOOD, CEO 

RealNetworks

FOUNDED: 1994
CHIEF OFFICER: MIKE LUNSFORD, INTERIM CEO

Red Bee Media Ltd.

FOUNDED: 2005
CHIEF OFFICER: BILL PATRIZIO, CEO

Revision3

FOUNDED: 2005
CHIEF OFFICER: JIM LOUDERBACK, CEO

RGB Networks

FOUNDED: 2005
CHIEF OFFICER: JEF GRAHAM, CHAIRMAN AND CEO

Roku, Inc.

FOUNDED: 2002
CHIEF OFFICER: ANTHONY WOOD, FOUNDER AND CEO

Rovi Corp. (including DivX and MainConcept)

FOUNDED: 1983
CHIEF OFFICER: FRED AMOROSO, PRESIDENT AND CEO

Sling Media

FOUNDED: 2004
CHIEF OFFICER: RAGHU TARRA, SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT AND GENERAL MANAGER

Sonic Foundry, Inc.

FOUNDED: 1991
CHIEF OFFICER: RIMAS P. BUINEVICIUS, CHAIRMAN AND CSO

Sorenson Media, Inc.

FOUNDED: 1995
CHIEF OFFICER: PETER CSATHY, PRESIDENT AND CEO

Stream UK Ltd.

FOUNDED: 2001
CHIEF OFFICER: DUNCAN BURBIDGE, CEO

TalkPoint

FOUNDED: 1998
CHIEF OFFICER: NICK BALLETTA, CEO

Tata Communications (including BitGravity)

FOUNDED: 1986
CHIEF OFFICER: VINOD KUMAR, MANAGING DIRECTOR AND CEO

Telestream, Inc.

FOUNDED: 1998
CHIEF OFFICER: DAN CASTLES, PRESIDENT AND CEO

Thomson Reuters

FOUNDED: 2008
CHIEF OFFICER: THOMAS H. GLOCER, CEO

Thought Equity Motion, Inc.

FOUNDED: 2003
CHIEF OFFICER: KEVIN SCHAFF, FOUNDER AND CEO

Tremor Video

FOUNDED: 2005
CHIEF OFFICER: BILL DAY, CEO

TubeMogul, Inc.

FOUNDED: 2006
CHIEF OFFICER: BRETT WILSON, CO-FOUNDER AND CEO

Twistage, Inc.

FOUNDED: 2004
CHIEF OFFICER: DAVID WADLER, CEO

Unicorn Media, Inc.

FOUNDED: 2007
CHIEF OFFICER: BILL RINEHART, FOUNDER, CHAIRMAN, AND CEO

Ustream, Inc.

FOUNDED: 2007
CHIEF OFFICER: JOHN HAM, FOUNDER AND CEO

VBrick Systems

FOUNDED: 1997
CHIEF OFFICER: DOUG HOWARD, CEO

Verizon

FOUNDED: 1983
CHIEF OFFICER: LOWELL C. MCADAM, PRESIDENT AND CEO

VideoLAN

FOUNDED: 1998
CHIEF OFFICER: JEAN-BAPTISTE KEMPF, PRESIDENT

ViewCast Corp.

FOUNDED: 1994
CHIEF OFFICER: JOHN HAMMOCK, PRESIDENT AND COO

Vimeo, LLC

FOUNDED: 2004
CHIEF OFFICER: DAE MELLENCAMP, GENERAL MANAGER

VUDU, Inc. (subsidiary of Walmart)

FOUNDED: 2004
CHIEF OFFICER: TONY S. MIRANZ, CO-FOUNDER AND EVP SALES AND BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

Winnov

FOUNDED: 1992
CHIEF OFFICER: OLIVIER GARBE, FOUNDER AND CEO

Wowza Media Systems

FOUNDED: 2005
CHIEF OFFICER: DAVID STUBENVOLL, CO-FOUNDER AND CEO

YouTube, LLC (subsidiary of Google)

FOUNDED: 2005
CHIEF OFFICER: SALAR KAMANGAR, CEO

Note: Some of the companies listed are subsidiaries. Except where the parent company is relevant to the online video space, we are not listing those company names. 

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