The Sunday Times on Wotch watch

A new video-sharing platform that gives power back to creators was the subject of national interest last Sunday.

A new video-sharing platform that gives power back to creators was the subject of national interest in February.

Advent Communications helped secure coverage in the Sunday Times for the founders of Wotch, a mobile platform which allows users to make and safely share video content while interacting with friends and contacts, and ensures that 75% of video revenue goes to influencers.

Wotch founders James Sadler (22) and Scott Wilson (21) are now looking to raise £1 million to further develop the product and to accelerate its roll out after signing an exclusive agreement with Channel 4 to use its entertainment content.

Pictured: Founders of Wotch James Sadler and Scott Wilson.

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