Fullscreen

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Fullscreen is a media company powering the creation and sharing of video with the connected generation. Creators and the world’s leading brands benefit from Fullscreen’s technology products and premium services to entertain and engage audiences.
TypePrivate
Founded2011
HQLos Angeles, CA, US
Websitefullscreen.com

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Employees (est.) (Jan 2021)641(-7%)
Cybersecurity ratingBMore

Key People/Management at Fullscreen

Christina Chu

Christina Chu

SVP, Engineering
Elaine Andrade

Elaine Andrade

SVP, Executive Creative Director
Chris Bower

Chris Bower

SVP, Sales Brand Partnerships
Michael Ishii

Michael Ishii

SVP, Business Operations Strategy
Martin le

Martin le

SVP Deputy General Counsel
Stu Smith

Stu Smith

SVP, Creator Network
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Fullscreen Office Locations

Fullscreen has offices in Los Angeles and New York
Los Angeles, CA, US (HQ)
12180 Millennium Dr
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Fullscreen Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2011

Fullscreen total Funding

$30 m

Fullscreen latest funding size

$30 m

Time since last funding

8 years ago

Fullscreen investors

Fullscreen's latest funding round in June 2013 was reported to be $30 m. In total, Fullscreen has raised $30 m
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Fullscreen Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

B

89/100

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Fullscreen Online and Social Media Presence

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Fullscreen Blogs

The Reinterpretation of the Holiday Season

With the heightened uncertainty caused by the pandemic and increased social injustice, Gen Z and Millennials are suffering from future anxiety—hesitant to make plans with everything changing so quickly. Yet, 77% of 18-37-year-olds are still wanting something to look forward to. It was our belief tha…

It’s Not Political: Gen Z & Millennials are Fighting for Causes over Campaigns this Election

A year ago, this election season seemed to be tracking relatively normally. We were gearing up for the primaries, the debates, and the campaign trail, and we had no reason to think the 2020 election would feel so radically different from the last.  In Fullscreen’s Summer 2019 Culture Report, we expl…

Welcome to the School of Unlearning: An Intro to How BLM Grew From a Social Movement into an Education Movement

This year, Gen Z and Millennials enrolled in a different kind of summer school—The School of Unlearning. Following the death of George Floyd, they took to the streets and their social feeds to protest racial injustice in America. They wanted their voices heard, and their actions to speak louder, so …

Creature Comfort: How Pets Are Here To Rescue Us All In 2020

Like toilet paper and hand sanitizer, pets have become a hot item during the pandemic. Animal shelters across the country are being completely cleared out as people seek out creature comfort. In fact, more than one in four 18-37-year-olds with pets got their new friend during quarantine.* Pets are b…

In Search Of Sacred Spaces: How Gen Z & Millennials Are Replacing Belief Systems With Support Systems

For centuries, when faced with incomprehensibly trying times, humans so often have turned to religion and spirituality to find guidance through the storm. Throughout history, major moments of crisis have led to surges in spiritual practice or the emergence of leaders in faith calling upon higher pow…

All The Feels: How The “Quarantine Feelings” We’re Catching Will Change Our Future Selves

In our Fall Culture Report, we predicted that after recovering from the 2010s burnout, consumers would hit a hard reset on their value systems in 2020—reevaluating how they approached everything from their relationship with friends and family to their impact on the planet. However, instead of being …
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Fullscreen Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Fullscreen founded?

    Fullscreen was founded in 2011.

  • Who are Fullscreen key executives?

    Fullscreen's key executives are Christina Chu, Elaine Andrade and Chris Bower.

  • How many employees does Fullscreen have?

    Fullscreen has 641 employees.

  • Who are Fullscreen competitors?

    Competitors of Fullscreen include Refinery29, Brit + Co and The Verge.

  • Where is Fullscreen headquarters?

    Fullscreen headquarters is located at 12180 Millennium Dr, Los Angeles.

  • Where are Fullscreen offices?

    Fullscreen has offices in Los Angeles and New York.

  • How many offices does Fullscreen have?

    Fullscreen has 2 offices.