Post Profile






Live video broadcasting app Meerkat is officially dead

Just few days ago, Ben Rubin – the co-founder of Life On Air, the company behind Meerkat – officially announced that the app is no more.
read more

share
See more about: Ben Rubin

Related Posts


After a crazy day, Meerkat founder says “I want to be in India, I want to be on Jimmy Fallon… I want to be everywhere”

Technology : Pando Daily

Yesterday was quite a day for Meerkat founder Ben Rubin. First, his company announced that it had raised money from Greylock Ventures and a bunch of other venture funds, many with connections to the entertainment industry: Lorne Mic...

Meerkat confirms $14M raise as Twitter launches competitor Periscope

Technology : Venture Beat

Today fledging livestreaming startup Meerkat confirmed it’s raised “around $14 million” in funding from Greylock Partners and others. Company founder Ben Rubin confirmed the $14 million figure during a live Meerkat stream. This news...

Meerkat isn’t dead, it’s launched a new group video chat app

Technology : The Next Web Blog

In March, Meerkat CEO Ben Rubin said that the company was throwing in the towel and moving away from livestreaming as it couldn’t compete with Facebook and Twitter – even though it was the first service of its kind on mobile. Rubin ...

What is Meerkat? Founder explains most-discussed app of SXSW

Technology : Mashable: Tech

"The meerkats are moving in colonies, and they're always alerted of what's going on," says Ben Rubin, founder of live-streaming app Meerkat, which has become the most-discussed app at SXSW this year In this video, Rubin, together wi...

Meerkat Founder To Speak At Disrupt NY

Technology : TechCrunch: Enterprise

Few apps have instantly captured the hearts, minds and eye-rolls of the tech scene like Meerkat. And to think Ben Rubin was building something else. The CEO of Life On Air was working on a private live-streaming app for groups of fr...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC