Forbes Features Vydia CEO & Co-Founder, Roy LaManna

by Jenna Gaudio
November 23, 2016  |  Site News

Forbes sat down with our CEO and Co-Founder to tell the story of how a C-student grew a small NJ-based startup into the tech industry powerhouse it is now. Although Vydia was created from the desire to help video creators, it was the first-hand insights from on-the-job experience that LaManna gained from his time working […]

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Happy Thanksgiving from Vydia!

by Leann Burns
 |  Site News

Every day we are inspired by your video submissions. Your creativity, passion, and loyalty have helped us grow the Vydia brand. We are dedicated to working alongside you and celebrating every one of your triumphs. As we continue to develop our platform, each improvement we make has you in mind. There are no words that […]

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Artist Spotlight: The Dear Hunter

by Albert Holguin
November 16, 2016  |  Artist Spotlight

Vydia gets a ton of new artists every week, but when we come across new talent that pushes the limits of their genre with a video that’s as creative as the song, we have to share! The Dear Hunter has released the official music video under the Vydia platform for “Gloria”, one of their more […]

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Why Fashion Matters in Music Videos

by Junor Jean-Batiste
November 11, 2016  |  Artist Spotlight

When you think of fashion influencers in the music industry, you think of icons like Michael Jackson, Lady Gaga, and MC Hammer. These artists are known for sharing their ideas through singing or rapping but they also express themselves through what they wear. Michael Jackson, for example, sported bell bottoms and printed tops to match […]

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The Problem with Paying for Video Views

by Ally Mnich
November 9, 2016  |  Site News

Some artists believe that the more likes or video views they have, regardless of their origin, will help bolster their perceived value and attract more organic viewers, however this misguided mentality has significant drawbacks. The music industry is tough to break into no matter who you are. The process can be long and grueling, and […]

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Musicians Go Political in Election 2016

by Albert Holguin
November 2, 2016  |  Artist Spotlight

2016 proved to be one of the most controversial campaign seasons of recent history. Despite the serious pros and cons of making a political statement, musicians played a significant role in this season’s problematic campaign. A-list artists like Sting, Christina Aguilera, John Legend, and many more openly supported Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton for Election 2016 while Republican […]

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3 Videos by Vydia Artists to Hype You Up for Halloween

by Alexander Calle
October 28, 2016  |  Artist Spotlight

With Halloween on the horizon nothing sets the mood like a killer music video.  What makes a good Halloween video you ask? Well a good beat and creepy content are a good start.  To help you get hyped for the holiday headed our way, we’ve featured three Vydia artists that have captured the fun and […]

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Vydia, NJ’s Premier Video Tech Startup, Raises Over $1.1M in Series Seed

by Jenna Gaudio
October 4, 2016  |  Site News

HOLMDEL, N.J., Oct. 4, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Vydia, a NJ-based video technology company, has announced that it has completed a Seed round of funding that consisted of $1.15M new money raised, in addition to $765k previously acquired from convertible debt. The round was led by Connected VC with participation from Newark Venture Partners, Pasadena Angel […]

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Vydia Founder and CEO, Roy LaManna named to NJBIZ 40 Under 40

by Jenna Gaudio
September 29, 2016  |  Site News

Vydia Founder and CEO, Roy LaManna, has been named a winner in the 2016 NJBIZ Forty Under 40 awards program. The award program, produced by NJBIZ, New Jersey’s premier business news publication, is sponsored by Stark & Stark, Brother International Corporation, United Healthcare, Wells Fargo, and Thomas Edison State University “This honor is well deserved. I […]

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Breaking into the Music Industry Got Me Like

by Kaitlyn Decker
June 29, 2016  |  Trends

Breaking into the music industry can be a real ride on the struggle bus, if you know what I mean. Here are the 11 stages you pass through when trying to become the ‘Next Big Thing.’ 1. You are young, determined, and ready to follow your dreams to become the next hottest musician. 2. A […]

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