Cameo

Cameo

Cameo is a Chicago-based company.

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Timeline

June 2019
Cameo raises a $50,000,000 series B round from Lightspeed Venture Partners.

Funding rounds

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Funding type
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Investment
Cameo Series B round, June 2019
50,000,000
June 2019
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People

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Role
LinkedIn

Abigail Sheppard

Employee

Adam Ostrum

Employee

Alec Webber

Employee

Alexandra Turner

Employee

Arthur Leopold

Employee

Chas Jhin

Employee

Devon Townsend

Founder

Irene Mounivong

Employee

Jake Allen

Employee

Marcus Molchany

Employee

Mike Townsend

Employee

Patrick Zielinski

Employee

Steven Galanis

Founder

Tyler Qahhaar

Employee

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News

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Archie Bland
February 27, 2021
the Guardian
Comedian's work ethic on celebrity shout-out app takes him to 10,000 videos and £300,000 - leaving global A-listers in his wake
Anthony Ha
February 25, 2021
TechCrunch
Memmo.me, a startup allowing users to pay celebrities for personalized video messages, is announcing that it has raised $10 million in Series A funding. "We're really excited about our mission to break down these barriers [and help talent] connect one-to-one instead of one-to-thousands," said co-founder and CEO Gustav Lundberg Toresson. He added that celebrities are [...]
Amanda Perelli
February 24, 2021
Business Insider
Brian Baumgartner, known as Kevin from "The Office," was the top creator on the personalized video message service Cameo in 2020.
Laurence Scott
February 4, 2021
Wired
Gimmicky message services like Cameo treat goodwill as a friendly contagion, something anyone can catch and spread. Just don't let the money run out.
Stuart Heritage
January 18, 2021
the Guardian
The actor's unexpected response to a complaint about an 18-year-old film could pave the way for big-name actors to personally insult Twitter users
Dan Whateley
January 14, 2021
Business Insider
Insider spoke to executives in the text-marketing industry and their customers to understand more about the state of SMS marketing in 2021.
Jennifer Still
January 5, 2021
Business Insider
You can use Cameo to purchase a personalized shout-out or live video call with select celebrities using the website or mobile app booking system.
Shawn Knight
December 21, 2020
TechSpot
When the pandemic set in early this year and tech companies started sending employees home to work remotely, one category seemed particularly vulnerable. As it turns out,...
Shona Ghosh
December 21, 2020
Business Insider
AOC slams Amazon, SolarWinds hack troubles experts, and inside the life of Scott Borgerson.
Kevin Shalvey
December 19, 2020
Business Insider
Russia's Internet Research Agency created hundreds of Facebook and Instagram accounts in Libya, spreading misinformation about an alleged spy.
USA TODAY
December 13, 2020
USA TODAY
Video options abound for parents who don't want their kids to miss out on Santa visits during COVID. They will cost you anywhere between $10 to $750.
Cameo
December 7, 2020
www.prnewswire.com:443
/PRNewswire/ -- Cameo, the company that has connected more than 1 million fans to their favorite pop culture personalities through personalized video messages...
Nosheen Iqbal
December 6, 2020
the Guardian
Celebrity message sites are booming and they make for fascinating, but rather depressing browsing
By Zoe Kleinman
December 4, 2020
BBC News
The founder of a site where fans pay for celebrity messages says stars now attract niche followings.
Science X staff
November 24, 2020
phys.org
When the words "artificial intelligence" (AI) come to mind, your first thoughts may be of super-smart computers, or robots that perform tasks without needing any help from humans. Now, a multi-institutional team including researchers from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has accomplished something not too far off: They developed an AI algorithm called CAMEO that discovered a potentially useful new material without requiring additional training from scientists. The AI system could help reduce the amount of trial-and-error time scientists spend in the lab, while maximizing productivity and efficiency in their research.
Paul Donoughue
November 20, 2020
www.abc.net.au
A range of new platforms are letting celebrities speak directly with their fans, driving new income streams and making the artist-fan connection more intimate than ever.
By Suzanne Bearne
November 17, 2020
BBC News
With live venues closed and much filming on hold, celebrities are finding new ways to entertain.
Katherine Davis
June 17, 2020
AmericanInno
Local developers are feuding with Apple over Hey, a new email app they are trying to sell on the Apple App Store.
Jim Dallke
June 16, 2020
AmericanInno
If a personalized video message from your favorite celebrity isn't enough, Cameo now let's you pay for a live video call so you can get even closer to stars like Brett Favre and Tony Hawk.
Brian Heater
June 15, 2020
TechCrunch
My birthday was last month (still accepting belated greetings in the comments below). I was sick and sheltering in place, and my sister kindly gifted me a Cameo of Kids in the Hall/Newsradio star Dave Foley. His hair was blue for some reason and I found out he has a dog named Falkor. It was [...]
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