Dotstudioz Raises Capital to Bridge Gap Between Distribution of Digital and Traditional Content

Dotstudioz, an entertainment technology company, announced today the launch of dotstudioPRO, a platform that powers the distribution, sharing and monetization of video with its all-in-one digital ecosystem, taking multi-channel networks to a multi-platform network. 

The Canadian company has also secured $830,000 in seed funding.

“Being filmmakers ourselves, we wanted to find a way to share our content with audiences, but also maintain control of it when it came to distribution and monetization,” explains cofounder Joe Pascual. “And there simply wasn’t anything in the marketplace—so we developed it ourselves.”

“Creators seek long-term, profitable online content strategies,” he noted, “and dotstudioPRO allows users to monetize and grow audiences, engage with fans and track performance all in one place.”

To further the company’s mission of supporting the creative community, Dotstudioz has partnered with Highwinds to provide the higher levels of performance, stability, and scalability for video streaming.

“For years we’ve supported Dotstudioz and their mission to support the creative video production community,” said Steve Miller, CEO of Highwinds.

Founded in 2010 by Pascual, Phoenix Gonzalez and Selena Paskalidis, dotstudioPRO aims to empower users from inception to distribution. The entertainment platform facilitates open transparent communication between media producers, brands and their influencers, while building and monetizing audiences, providing analytics, earnings reports, and community collaboration tools.