Meet the 15 hottest online video startups

As more consumers, especially millennials, ditch traditional TV and view video on their PCs, smartphones and tablets, the overall online video industry is heating up. There are a multitude of startups bringing new ideas and technologies to the market and dozens, perhaps hundreds, of new companies contributing to the IP video ecosystem. In honoring the 15 best of them, FierceOnlineVideo is using its first-ever "Fierce 15" list to highlight the innovation occurring in the online video market. Most companies stood out not by their financial success but by their compelling contribution to online video and their effect on more established companies. Despite the media behemoths lumbering into online video with SVOD and TV Everywhere offerings, there's still room for small startups to take root. Check out FierceOnlineVideo's Fierce 15 list

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