New Delaware Chapter 11 Filing – Videology, Inc.

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Videology, Inc., along with four of its affiliates and subsidiaries, has filed a petition for relief under Chapter 11 in the Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware (Lead Case No. 18-11120).  Videology, based in Baltimore, MA, is a software solutions provider in the TV and digital advertising industry.  Videology’s Petition estimates it assets to be between $10–$50 million and its liabilities to be between $100-$500 million.  According to the First Day Declaration, Videology enters Chapter 11 intending to sell substantially all of its assets under Section 363, with Amobee, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Singapore Telecommunications Limited, serving as the stalking horse purchaser.  Rust/Omni is the proposed claims and noticing agent.  The case has been assigned to the Honorable Brendan Linehan Shannon.

Cole Schotz represents the debtors in these cases.  For more information, please contact Irving Walker, G. David Dean or Patrick Reilly.

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