In the year since her appointment as CEO of Blip, Kelly Day has worked to make the video platform the premiere destination for audiences seeking original, high-quality video content. For the past 20 years, Day has worked at companies such as AOL, Discovery Communications and The Knot, and in her time with them, watched small startups turn into internet empires.
Now in her position at Blip, Day works with individual creators to produce, distribute and monetize their content over multiple platforms. Blip was chosen over YouTube to house the content of major creators such as Ray William Johnson and The Pet Collective. Although YouTube is clearly the go-to platform for viewing digital video content, Day states she sees YouTube as a complement to Blip rather than a competitor. [continue reading]
We’ve been proudly Made in NY since day one at Blip - our very first offices were actually in the Empire State Building! Linked above is a quick Q&A Kelly did with Alley Watch about what it means to base our headquarters in the best city in the world.