Heavy Stock

Heavy is a video ad network providing breaking news, entertainment and celebrity gossip.

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About Heavy Stock

The Heavy Corporation includes Heavy.com, one of the Web's leading video brands and the leader for 18-34 year old guys, and Husky Network, a premium video ad network. Heavy.com's target market is 18-34 year old males, which is a key demographic for marketers and advertisers. Heavy combines its own unique original programming with those of its users to create an environment where you can control and even participate in your own personal video experience. Heavy's original programming staples include "Superficial Friends," "Kung Fu Jimmy Chow," "The Massive Mating Game," "The Burly Sports Show," and "Behind the Music that Sucks." Heavy's original programming is available on Verizon V-Cast, Verizon FiOS, Comcast VOD, TiVo, Sony PSP, Apple iPod and Joost. Advertisers on the broadband network include Coors, Nissan, Panasonic, Diesel, Axe, Sony and Nike. Husky Network, a premium video advertising network, provides brand advertisers with hand-selected premium publishers and bloggers who use Husky's video ad units.

Funding History

March 2001$3.0M
December 2005$0
January 2006$10.0M
December 2006$12.8M
January 2007$20.0M



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