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Israeli remote recording platform Riverside raises $ 35 million

Israeli remote recording platform has announced the completion of a $ 35 million Series B funding round led by Oren Zeev, featuring Lachy Groom and Alexis Ohanian’s Seven Seven Six. This brings the amount that the company has raised to date to $ 47 million.

Riverside has developed an audio and video recording service in broadcast media, entertainment and technology with capabilities for producing podcasts, interviews, internal and external communication videos, among others.

Last week, Riverside announced a new collaboration and partnership with streaming giant Spotify’s podcast platform Anchor, to make professional video podcast creation accessible to all podcasters on the platform. Riverside will be available for use on the iPad later this week.

Riverside, founded in 2019 by CEO Nadav Keyson and CTO Gideon Keyson, has facilitated millions of footage on its platform, simplifying high-quality footage and editing processes. As Riverside works from the browser, web or mobile application, it allows anyone to create high quality content without the need for professional equipment or knowledge. The platform is now used by individual creators as well as corporate clients, including Guy Raz, Marques Brownlee, The New York Times, Fox Sports, Marvel, iHeartMedia and Microsoft.

Riverside has 90 employees in Tel Aviv, New York and Amsterdam, in addition to teleworkers across the globe, and will expand its team with the new funds raised. The company’s employees are content creators who come from industry players such as Patreon, Google, Wix and Amazon, and seek to change the future of audio and video creation.

Published by Globes, Israel business news – – on April 26, 2022.

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