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TVision Company Overview

When we look at the way TV has always been measured - a lot is missing from the equation: Who’s actually in the room, and are their eyes even on the screen?

TVision is the leader in TV performance metrics - an advertising technology firm that delivers real-time performance metrics for marketing effectiveness and efficiency. We use cutting edge technology to measure what was once unmeasurable - how people really watch TV. We’re a venture-backed company, deeply immersed in the intersection of data, media, and advertising.

TVision enables the media industry - brands, networks, and data partners alike - to reduce waste and drive greater marketing results. We’re based in New York City, the advertising and media capital of the world, with an office in Boston.

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About Us TVision is the leader in TV engagement metrics. We enable the media industry - brands, networks, and data partners alike - to reduce waste and drive greater marketing results. Utilizing cutting edge technology, we measure what was once unmeasurable - how people really watch TV. Our core technology goes beyond traditional TV data to include measurement of presence in room, co-viewing and attention, providing best-in-class TV data. This allows us to provide critical data to inform the decision making of a $70B/year industry. Our growth and innovation have been...
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THE COMPANY TVision is the leader in TV engagement metrics. We measure what was previously unmeasurable - how people actually watch TV. We enable the media industry - advertisers, networks, and technology partners alike - to reduce waste and drive greater and more efficient marketing results. Utilizing cutting edge technology, TVision goes beyond traditional TV data to include measurement of presence in room, co-viewing and attention, producing best-in-class TV data. This allows us to provide critical data to inform the decision making of a $70B/year industry. Our growth...
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450 Lexington Ave, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10017
7 North Market Street, 4th Floor,
Boston, MA 02109

Our Mission

TVision uses cutting edge technology to measure what was once unmeasurable - how people really watch TV.

Our Culture

Our culture is defined by our core values: we’re passionate about our mission and our projects. We take ownership of our work, we’re honest with one another, and we’re always willing to adjust. We strive to make an impact. Each employee contributes to our success in unique ways, and we’re committed to helping each other thrive. 

Our Tech

We use cutting-edge technology to solve complex and challenging problems. An average day for our engineers includes training and deploying deep learning-based computer vision models, managing tens of thousands of IoT devices, processing big data on Spark, and building new services using Haskell. We’re sticklers for code quality and we’re serious about continuous integration and top-to-bottom automation.

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May 15, 2020
Netflix programming took all five spots on our April Binge list and Unorthodox topped the OTT Attention Index for the second month in a row. Plus, ads that address the pandemic breakthrough and capture viewer Attention in April....
April 21, 2020
Keith Cline, founder of VentureFizz interviewed Yan Liu for the VentureFizz podcast....
April 16, 2020
Those of us in the TV advertising industry have been closely observing how the COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing are impacting TV viewing. Our March 2020 TV engagement metrics offer guidance for advertisers who must optimize their ad plans in this new environment. ...
March 26, 2020
There isn’t much in the world that COVID-19 hasn’t impacted. We hope for the health and safety of our colleagues, clients, family, friends, and all those on the front-lines of this battle....
March 16, 2020
by Allison Schiff // Monday, March 16th, 2020 – 12:05 am If someone goes to the bathroom while a beautifully shot commercial plays full-screen on their TV, was it actually viewable?...