Headquartered in Irvine, California. VIZIO is America’s #1 Smart TV Company, #1 Large Size LCD Company and #1 Sound Bar Brand. VIZIO’s mission is to deliver high performance, smarter products with the latest innovations at a significant savings that we can pass along to our consumers. Our loyal following and industry-wide praise continues to grow as we redefine what it means to be smart.
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Irvine, US
Vizio was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in Irvine, US

Key People at Vizio

William Wang

William Wang

Founder & CEO
Matthew McRae

Matthew McRae

Chief Technology Officer
Kurt Binder

Kurt Binder

Vice President & Chief Financial Officer
Lily Knowles

Lily Knowles

Vice President of Product Marketing
Young You

Young You

Senior Director of IT
Lisa Johnstone

Lisa Johnstone

Director of Digital Marketing

Vizio Office Locations

Vizio has an office in Irvine
Irvine, US (HQ)
39 Tesla

Vizio Data and Metrics

Vizio Summary

Founding Date

Vizio is a subsidiary of LeEco

Vizio Financial Metrics

Vizio's revenue was reported to be $2.9 b in FY, 2015
USDFY, 2015E


2.9 b

Vizio Median Salaries

Source: 15 public H-1B filings from Vizio

Traffic Overview of Vizio

Vizio Online and Social Media Presence

Vizio News and Updates

LeEco will not acquire Vizio because of ‘regulatory headwinds’

LeEco, a Chinese company that sells content streaming services as well as phones and other hardware, today said that it will not be acquiring smart TV maker Vizio after all. LeEco public relations emailed a statement to VentureBeat that alludes to “regulatory headwinds” blocking the deal but that do…

LeEco will not acquire TV maker Vizio as planned

 Chinese electronics giant LeEco will not acquire U.S.-based TV maker Vizio as announced, the two companies said today. The deal has been hitting roadblocks according to recent reports, and now it’s officially ended as a result of “regulatory headwinds,” according to LeEco. The companies are quick t…

LeEco’s $2 billion acquisition of Vizio has reportedly “stalled”

 There are more problems for ambitious Chinese tech firm LeEco. Its acquisition of U.S.-based TV Vizio, a surprise deal announced last summer, has run into issues, according to media reports in China. Back in February, LeEco brushed off concerns around the deal after Vizio settled an FTC charge for …

LeEco says its acquisition of Vizio remains on track despite FTC charge

 Earlier this week smart TV maker Vizio settled an FTC charge for nefariously collecting of data from its customers, but that isn’t deterring China’s LeEco from completing a $2 billion acquisition of the company. Back in July 2016, LeEco announced a surprise $2 billion deal to buy Vizio and thus fur…

Your Vizio TV has been spying on you—here’s how to stop it

If you own a Vizio television that can connect to the internet, chances are it’s been recording every movie, show, and documentary that you’ve ever…

Vizio fined $2.2 million for watching you watch TV

As if it wasn’t enough that your phone and browser are constantly capturing information about you, you now have to worry about your TV as well. Home entertainment hardware maker Vizio has agreed to pay $2.2 million to settle a lawsuit brought by the US Federal Trade Commission over charges that the …
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