Samba TV is a smart TV apps publishing and advertising company that provides users with interactive TV experiences. The Company's proprietary technology is built directly into a TV or set-top box in order to facilitate the recognition of onscreen content, both live and time-shifted. It also makes relevant information available on a nearby second screen. With the push of a button, users are able to retrieve more information about the content on screen, recommendations for similar shows and make social interaction with shows.
HQSan Francisco, US
Size (employees)286 (est)+9%
Samba TV was founded in 2008 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US
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Key People/Management at Samba TV

Ashwin Navin

Ashwin Navin

Alvir Navin

Alvir Navin

David Harrison

David Harrison

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Samba TV Office Locations

Samba TV has offices in Austin, Chicago, Warsaw, Taipei and in 4 other locations
San Francisco, US (HQ)
528 Folsom Street
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Samba TV Financials and Metrics

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Samba TV total Funding

$38.2 m

Samba TV latest funding size

$30 m

Time since last funding

a year ago

Samba TV investors

Samba TV's latest funding round in June 2017 was reported to be $30 m. In total, Samba TV has raised $38.2 m
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Samba TV News and Updates

Samba TV books $30 mln Series B

San Francisco-based Samba TV, a TV audience platform provider, has secured $30 million in Series B financing. Union Grove Venture Partners led the round with participation from Disney, Interpublic Group, MDC Ventures, Time Warner, A+E Networks, TGM, Draper Associates and Ambition VC.
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Samba TV Blogs

Leading The Field In Smart TV Consumer Privacy

By: Ashwin Navin, Samba TV Co-founder & CEO   Imagine reading this headline: “Your Smartphone Knows Your Location At All Times.” The natural response today would be: “I’d certainly hope so, I wouldn’t want a phone that doesn’t!” Once smartphones hit the market in earnest in 2005, there was a ste…

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