Vevo is the world’s leading all-premium music video and entertainment platform with over eight billion monthly views globally. Vevo brings a library of 100,000 HD music videos, exclusive original programming and live concert performances to everyone on the planet who loves music. Viewers can watch on-demand through Vevo.com, the mobile web and apps for mobile/tablets and TVs, or through Vevo TV, the always-on broadcast-style linear music channels built by expert human programmers. Additionally, Vevo syndicates its catalogue to dozens of sites across the web giving music fans the option to view their favorite programming anywhere, anytime. It is Vevo’s massive scale and reach that has attracted more than 1,100 brand marketers around the globe since its launch in 2009.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
New York, US
Founded
2009
Size (employees)
640 (est)
Website
vevo.com
Vevo was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in New York, US

Key People/Management at Vevo

Alan Price

Alan Price

CFO
Nic Jones

Nic Jones

SVP, International
Alexander Kisch

Alexander Kisch

SVP, Business Development & Business Affairs

Vevo Office Locations

Vevo has offices in New York, Playa Vista, London, San Francisco and in 4 other locations
New York, US (HQ)
4 Times Square 25th Floor
Chicago, US
430 W. Erie, Suite 603
Playa Vista, US
at 5340 Alla Road, Suite 105
San Francisco, US
2 Shaw Alley, 5th Floor
Berlin, DE
Rosenthaler Straße 51
London, GB
1-4 Argyll Street, 1st Floor
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Founding Date

2009

Vevo's Web-traffic and Trends

Vevo Online and Social Media Presence

Vevo News and Updates

Erik Huggers is stepping down as CEO of Vevo

 Vevo, the music video service backed by major record labels, just announced that its CEO Erik Huggers is departing. Huggers previously worked at the BBC, at Verizon (which owns TechCrunch) and elsewhere. He joined Vevo in 2015. Under his leadership, Vevo was working to become less reliant on YouTub…

Look what you made us do, hackers tell Vevo after dumping pile of internal data

Vevo, which hosts music videos from popular artists on YouTube and its own site, is the latest media company to be struck by hackers. The hack, carried out by the gray-hat security group OurMine—which also included a link to the data in a blog post—occurred, according to Vevo, after hackers carried …

10 Of Prince’s Music Videos Are Now On Vevo

It’s the funkiest way to enter the weekend. WHAT: For the first time, an assortment of Prince’s music videos–10 of them, including “When Doves Cry,” “Let’s Go Crazy,” and “I Wanna Be Your Lover”–are now available for streaming on Vevo.Read Full Story

Vevo Makes New Play for Your TV Screen with Apple TV App

Vevo redesigned its app for tvOS on Apple TV.

Vevo Company Life and Culture

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