Your shows. Your schedule. Your price
|Private VC-backed startup|
|Founder||Buno Pati and Phil Wiser|
|Headquarters||Belmont, California, USA|
|Services||Video content delivery|
Sezmi was a cloud based video delivery platform for television providers to deliver services over several IP devices like tablet and mobile computing devices.
Previously, Sezmi was a subscription video service in 36 metropolitan areas of the United States. It provided a DVR which recorded free over-the-air broadcasts plus brought in video from Internet sources. The system used a smart antenna to improve reception in fringe areas. On September 23, 2011, Sezmi informed customers that they would be discontinuing their service on September 26, 2011.
Sezmi was acquired by KIT Digital in January 2012 for $27 million, $16 million in cash and $11 million in KIT Digital stock.
The 36 metro areas in which Sezmi previously served:
- Albuquerque-Santa Fe, New Mexico
- Atlanta, Georgia
- Boston, Massachusetts
- Charlotte, North Carolina
- Cleveland-Akron, Ohio
- Columbus, Ohio
- Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas
- Detroit, Michigan
- Grand Rapids, Michigan
- Greensboro-Winston Salem, North Carolina
- Greenville-Spartanburg, South Carolina
- Hartford-New Haven, Connecticut
- Houston, Texas
- Jacksonville, Florida
- Kansas City, Missouri
- Los Angeles, California
- Memphis, Tennessee
- Miami-Fort Lauderdale, Florida
- Milwaukee, Wisconsin
- Minneapolis–Saint Paul, Minnesota
- Nashville, Tennessee
- Norfolk-Virginia Beach, Virginia
- Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
- Orlando-Daytona Beach, Florida
- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- Phoenix, Arizona
- Portland, Oregon
- Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina
- Salt Lake City, Utah
- San Antonio, Texas
- San Diego, California
- San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose, California
- Seattle-Tacoma, Washington
- St. Louis, Missouri
- Washington, D.C.
- West Palm Beach, Florida
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- Healey, Jon (September 26, 2011). "Sezmi takes another step back from the pay-TV market". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved December 1, 2011.
- Santo, Brian (2012-01-06). "KIT Digital picks up sezmi assest, clients for $27M". CED Magazine. Retrieved June 6, 2012.
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