NEW YORK — DanceOn is expanding its repertoire.
The L.A.-based digital entertainment company, which has traditionally been known as a dance network, said Tuesday that it is launching a parent company called izo, dedicated to music.
CEO Amanda Taylor launched DanceOn back in 2010 as a multi-channel network dedicated to dance in pop culture. She co-founded the network with major players across the entertainment industry, including Madonna, Guy Oseary and Machinima chairman AllenDeBevoise. Investors include Allen DeBevoise, AMC Networks and Third Wave Ventures.
Since then, the digital media company has evolved into a network with about 5 billion views, 30 million subscribers and 75 million fans across its platforms. Read more…
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