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Tunity raises USD 12 mln for product to stream muted TV audio to smartphones

Friday 23 February 2018 | 14:08 CET | News
Israeli TV-to-smartphone audio company Tunity has announced a USD 12 million Series A financing round from existing investors including former Morgan Stanley CEO John Mack and WeWork founder and CEO Adam Neumann, as well as new investors including MGM Resorts International. Tunity has its headquarters in New York and development centre in Tel Aviv. It has developed "deep learning" and computer vision-based technology to produce an application that allows users to stream and hear live audio from muted televisions on their smartphones. 

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Countries: Israel
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