VHX Raises $3.2 Million of Series A Funding
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Brooklyn, New York – VHX, an online digital distribution platform that helps independent artists sell video content and connect directly with their fans has raised $3.2 million of series A funding led by Union Square Ventures and backed by Lerer Ventures, Lowercase Capital and Alexis Ohanian and other angel investors.
“We help creators give audiences what they want: simple purchasing, videos that work everywhere, and the opportunity to support artists directly,” said VHX co-founder Casey Pugh. Artists have used the VHX platform to release films, shorts, serials, collections, educational videos and more. Over the last year, the company has worked closely with companies like Drafthouse Films, Sundance Institute, the Kickstarter Film Festival, and Vice Media.”
VHX platform empowers creators by giving them the tools to control how their content is seen, without any intermediary.
Funding Total: $3,200,000
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|Investors: Union Square Ventures, Lerer Ventures, Lowercase Capital|