Founded in early 2016 by former FCC official and Warner Bros. executive Daniel Ornstein, Bundler is focused on improving the TV and streaming user experience for the era of cord-cutting and streaming fragmentation.
The Bundler Viewing Guide (www.bundler.tv) is a free, web-based aggregator of streaming and TV listings that provides viewers with a single destination and simple interface to browse, find and launch shows and movies across hundreds of streaming services and TV providers.
Bundler also operates a "Subscriptions Advisor" Tool, which helps users evaluate the best combination of TV, Internet and streaming services based on their location and preferences and provides step-by-step instructions for switching services.
In the coming months, the company plans to release apps for select smart TV platforms and TV devices, including Roku and Amazon Fire TV.
As Director of Business Development at Warner Bros. and Advisor to the Chairman of the FCC, Daniel Ornstein has been at the forefront of media disruption for the past decade. He is best known for spearheading the groundbreaking Veronica Mars movie project, the first major-studio-affiliated film made in partnership with fans using Kickstarter (and one of the first “day-and-date” releases of a studio film.) Ornstein served as Advisor to the Chairman at the Federal Communications Commission from 2009-2012. He began his career at the streaming video startup Click.TV, which was acquired by Cisco in 2007.
Bundler is based in Los Angeles and backed by pre-seed angel funding.