Three Well-funded Canadian Online Video Startups That Are Hiring

Posted by Techvibes NewsDesk

According to CBC/Radio-Canada's Media Technology Monitor, media consumption‚ particularly of online video, is on the rise in Canada.

71% of Canadians have watched online video in the past month, the study found, up 2% from six months prior.

And 20% have watched a full-length television episode online in the past month, while about 19% have watched a feature film online during the same time.

Not surprisingly video-related startups are flourishing across Canada as well. And now is a great time to join one if you believe the stats.

Here are three well-funded video startups that are hiring on Techvibes:

Video not your thing? Don't worry. We've get a plethora of interesting opportunties the Techvibes Job Board this week.

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

BroadbandTV is a media & technology company that brings together content owners, network operators and advertisers to create economically sustainable online and mobile video business models. BroadbandTV specializes in the aggregation, optimization, protection and monetization of video content. BroadbandTV creates compelling distribution opportunities for its content partners and income generation opportunities for... more

Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

MediaCore's video learning platform is the fastest way to easily capture, manage and share video securely and privately. Currently serving over 500,000 students at 300+ schools and universities worldwide, the platform includes everything you need to create an amazing media library: free Capture apps for iPhone and iPad for recording, uploading and sharing video directly from your iOS device, browser-based video... more

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