New York, NY (PRWEB) November 19, 2013
Shodogg, a New York-based startup with a patented technology to connect digital content from any mobile device to an unlimited number of smart screens around the world, is featured in AOL ON’s new original series Acting Disruptive for its potential to disrupt the way mobile devices connect and share content with second screens. Shodogg’s enterprise sales product, Screen-Direct, caught the eye of Seth Green, actor (Dads, Austin Powers, Without a Paddle, Family Guy), executive producer/co-creator of the Emmy® Award-winning Robot Chicken and partner in Stoopid Buddy Stoodios, who invested in the company in 2011.
"Shodogg is a really intuitive and smart technology that is in line with everything I’m doing right now as a content creator," said Green. "I was really excited about this technology, which resolves the interface for the consumer between any monitor, and the direction the company is headed in the market."
"Our technology is perfect for anyone who creates their own digital content, and has a need to share it with multiple people in a secure way," said Herb Mitschele, Shodogg CEO and co-founder. "Shodogg is very much about changing the way people think and behave when sharing media and connect between devices, and we’re excited to be featured in AOL ON’s Acting Disruptive."
Green’s episode of Acting Disruptive is part of a 12-episode series created by AOL ON and produced by Tribeca® Digital Studios. The series gives fans an inside look at Hollywood’s biggest celebrities as entrepreneurs and thought leaders, who are staying ahead of the media and technology curve by investing in and advising unique companies and creative projects.
The episode featuring Shodogg and Seth Green is now available to view online at http://www.actingdisruptive.com.
Shodogg is media technology startup with a patented technology that allows users to access digital content stored in the cloud with any mobile device and direct that content to any number of web-enabled screens, simultaneously, without set top boxes, wires or dongles. Shodogg was recently recognized by AlwaysOn as one of the 2013 Top 50 Companies to Watch. Founded in 2011, the company operates out of offices in New York City and Sydney, Australia. For more information, visit http://www.shodogg.com.