Aux Mode

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Aux Mode
  • Digital Rights
  • Revenue Reporting
FounderFounder and CEO Adam Rumanek
  • Digital rights management
  • Revenue reporting
Revenue2,344% revenue increase within the first six months

Aux Mode is a digital rights management and revenue reporting company based in Toronto, Canada. Aux Mode works with studious, distributors, producers, brands and Youtubers to maximize revenue, revenue report, and protect content from theft online. [1] Along with monetizing content online, Aux Mode develops digital content strategies, and coordinates online video distribution on YouTube. The revenue reporting software used by Aux Mode was developed by Founder and CEO Adam Rumanek. [2]


Aux Mode was founded by Adam Rumanek and Kenny Hotz in 2012. Hotz resigned from the company in 2014, making Rumanek the sole owner of Aux Mode. Rumanek is an internet entrepreneur, specializing in programming, web design, and digital strategy. [3] [4] [5] [6] Aux Mode has graduated from it’s roots as a startup tech company. The current President and COO, Jessie Behan, joined Aux Mode in 2015. Behan spearheads business activity and aligns strategic partnerships in the entertainment industry. [7] [8] In 2020, Steven DeNure, former President and CEO of Wildbrain, was hired as Aux Mode’s strategic advisor. [9] DeNure is a seasoned figure in the entertainment industry, and sits on the board of the Canadian Film Centre. [10]

Business Activity

In 2018, Bejuba! Entertainment hired Aux Mode to manage its Big Block SingSong YouTube channel, and reported a 300% growth in subscribers and 2,344% revenue increase within the first six months. A year later, Aux Mode was hired as worldwide YouTube manager for Bejuba! Entertainment, handling their extensive catalog of more than 860 episodes, including popular kids series Big Block Sing Song, Ruff-Ruff, Tweet & Dave, Origanimals, Wishfart and Buzz & Bumble.[11] [12] Aux Mode was named within the Globe & Mail’s top three most promising start-ups in Canada in 2019.[13] The Global Media Tech company has well over 1,750 channels worldwide, generating over 2 billion views per month.


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