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iCopyright
News + Entertainment
repubHub (www.repubhub.icopyright.net), powered by iCopyright, is the online news Hub where publishers find great content they can re-use and re-publish on their websites. Often for free! It’s also where publishers of original copyrighted content can syndicate their content to other websites via our iCopyright Toolbar.
8
Local Employees
Seattle
Location
StoryForm
News + Entertainment
At any given moment we have access to limitless content, but are often constrained by current designs. Storyform focuses on leveraging principles of print design to provide better reading experiences for readers, increase comprehension, and encourage brands and individuals to better communicate their story.
2
Local Employees
Seattle
Location
Sqoop
News + Entertainment
Sqoop is a platform that journalists use to gather news by unlocking tips from public data sources like the SEC and the patent office, saving reporters time and helping them break news.
5
Local Employees
Seattle
Location
Style-At-Iz
Fashion • Mobile
‘Style-At-Iz’, the platform, user personalization to suggest styles to users, recommend what looks good and compare outfits side by side. The app uses contextual information for where or what event you’re wearing your outfit to, which is often a big part of outfit indecision.

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3
Local Employees
Tukwila
Location
HEYOU MEDIA
News + Entertainment
Heyou Media, Inc. is an aggregator of new media visual entertainment content, including music, theatrical long-form, short-form video, web series, virtual reality and special interest videos. Heyou Media is focused on curating, creating and distributing web content from around the world.
5
Local Employees
Seattle
Location
Authograph
News + Entertainment
Authorgraph makes e-books a little more personal. Readers can now receive personal digital inscriptions (signed e-books!) directly on their electronic reading devices. There are more than 25,000 books by 6,000 authors now available for signing and Authorgraphs are free for both authors and readers.
1
Local Employees
Seattle
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