The company provides a VoD platform on Facebook which allows content owners to sell shows and music direct to their fans.
Lean Investment’s Andrew Weisz led the funding together with Tom Singh, Michael and Simon Blakey from Avonmore Investments.
Screenburn founder Tom Raffe said: “Content owners may already have thousands or even millions of fans on Facebook, the app works very well to monetise this existing audience.”
Macallister added: “There’s no question that much of the future of long form video content lies with digital streaming. Screenburn is exciting »
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