Digital Broadcasting Group (DBG), a creator, producer and distributor of premium video content across digital media, has acquired Digital Sports Ventures (DSV), a multimedia sports content platform delivering college sports video content and applications to websites and mobile devices.
The acquisition, whose amount remained undisclosed, is expected to accelerate DBG’s owned and operated content syndication efforts.
The company recently introduced Content Library Platform (CLiP), which provides publishers with access to its videos and a suite of management and technology tools.
By integrating Digital Sports Ventures’ broad portfolio of publishers, including McClatchy, The Seattle Times, and The Detroit News, content management system and customizable video players, CLiP now has access to premium sports content.
According to a written statement, It hopes to stream 100 million videos monthly across nearly 300 websites, reaching approximately 10M consumers each month.
Launched in 2007 by online video advertising pioneer CEO Chris Young, DBG has created original programming for blue-chip brands such as Infiniti, Hewlett Packard, Ford, Sprint, Mars, the U.S. Air Force, Kimberly Clark, Unilever, and Coca-Cola. The company has offices in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Dallas.
DSV is led by founder and CEO Davyeon Ross.