Gaia competitors

Gaia's competitors include FilmDoo, BeFast.TV, Tuned Rocks and Neverthink
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Gaia
Gaia, originally Gaiam TV, is a streaming video subscription service offering exclusive streaming conscious-media content.
FilmDoo
Global film streaming service. Discover great films from all around the world.
BeFast.TV
BeFast.TV is a global startup and entrepreneurship online video channel.
Tuned Rocks
Tuned is a nonstop music video streaming service.
Neverthink
Neverthink makes finding what to watch online as easy as turning on a TV. We call it, Distraction on Demand.
Founding Date
Founding Date
2011
Founding Date
2013
Founding Date
2015
Founding Date
2017
Founding Date
2016
Type
Type
Public
Type
Private
Type
Private
Type
Private
Type
Private
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Locations
Locations
Louisville, US HQ
Locations
London, GB HQ
Locations
Hong Kong, HK HQ
Helsinki, FI
Singapore, SG
San Francisco, US
Locations
Kotka, FI HQ
Locations
Helsinki, FI HQ
Employees
Employees
114
Employees
205% decrease
Employees
910% decrease
Employees
1
Employees
1214% decrease
Facebook likes
Facebook likes
2.1 m
Facebook likes
6.6 k
Facebook likes
N/A
Facebook likes
24
Facebook likes
1.4 k
Twitter followers
Twitter followers
26.9 k
Twitter followers
4.7 k
Twitter followers
N/A
Twitter followers
54
Twitter followers
N/A

Financial

Revenue (est.)
Revenue (est.)
$17.2m (FY, 2016)
Revenue (est.)
£473 (FY, 2015)
Revenue (est.)
N/A
Revenue (est.)
N/A
Revenue (est.)
N/A
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FilmDoo
HQ
London, GB
Employees
20↓ 5% decrease

Global film streaming service. Discover great films from all around the world.

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BeFast.TV
HQ
Hong Kong, HK
Employees
9↓ 10% decrease

BeFast.TV is a global startup and entrepreneurship online video channel.

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Tuned Rocks
HQ
Kotka, FI
Employees
1

Tuned is a nonstop music video streaming service.

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Neverthink
HQ
Helsinki, FI
Employees
12↓ 14% decrease

Neverthink makes finding what to watch online as easy as turning on a TV. We call it, Distraction on Demand.

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