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  • Maestro gives big brands new tools to manage and control their live streams

    Maestro gives big brands new tools to manage and control their live streams

    From Twitch to Facebook to Periscope, live streaming is a growing phenomenon that’s making some decent money for the people who own the platform. For the actual people recording the streams and making things happen, not so much. Maestro, a Los Angeles-based company with a toolkit for capturing data and analytics, and engaging with viewers in live streams, has raised $3 million in a new… Read More

  • Maestro: Social Music Streaming

    Music has been a killer app on the web ever since Napster met mp3 in 1999, and we’ve seen a lot of startups designing new social applications around it. Some startups are creating communities around discovering new music, others are helping you store and remotely access the music you already have. Atlanta-based Maestro is doing both. Maestro lets you stream music from your computer… Read More