What is Redux?
Redux makes discovering exceptional online video as enjoyable and effortless as watching cable television — with content and personalization cable can’t match.
There's a wealth of TV-quality content released online every day by content creators across thousands of sites like Vimeo, ESPN, and YouTube, but searching through it takes a daunting combination of time, luck, and effort. Redux makes high-end video discovery as easy as leaning-back: the way TV is made to be enjoyed. Channel surf through endless entertainment from friends, brands, and other sources you can trust, all in one gorgeous experience.
Your starting point for discovery
A video discovery experience so good you'll never guess it came from the web
Curated for you
Sit back and enjoy videos handpicked by trustworthy brands and knowledgeable curators
Personalize Redux with the channels and curators you love
A TV experience
Your mouse is optional. Navigate with just your keyboard or remote — flip up and down between continuously playing channels just like you would on TV
Watch on your Internet-connected TV or set-top box, tablet (coming soon), and the web.
Catch up on the latest in everything from Tech to Fashion, all in one elegant unified experience
Interested in curating?
You have the most expressive, easiest-to-use set of tools available to get your videos on the venerable TV, and in front of the audience they deserve
Redux was founded by a group of UC Berkeley Electical Engineering and Computer Science engineers passionate about combining technology they developed while at UC Berkeley with great user experiences to create a product used by millions everyday. We launched at the beginning of 2010 from our offices across campus. We have grown to a team of a dozen, grew 10x in 2011 passing 3.5 million monthly users, we're the top-downloaded app on Google TV, and will be on over 40 million Connected TVs by the end of 2012.
Redux is backed by a successful group of entrepreneurs and investors including Draper Fischer Jurvetson and Alsop-Louie partners. We're in Berkeley/Emeryville, where we enjoy working late and eating Indian food "Indian-spicy."