#washingtonpost #pbs #dailytelegraph #aol
Jason has led digital transformation as the founding Editor-in-Chief of WashingtonPost.com, a senior executive at AOL during its hyper-growth years, SVP Digital at PBS, and as the first American to run a Fleet Street newsroom as Editor-in-Chief of Britain’s Daily Telegraph Under Jason's leadership, PBS.org surpassed the NBC, CBS, and ABC sites in traffic (comScore) and PBS won more Webby Awards in 2013 than any company in the world except Google.
#pbs #dailytelegraph #verisign #aol
Jon is an engineer/MBA whose product development teams architected and built all PBS Digital platforms and products. He is an expert in creating high-ROI product development organizations.
#forbes #true/slant #aol #foxtv #acurrentaffair
Andrea helped transform Forbes into a cutting-edge and profitable digital company, as SVP of Products and Video. Andrea spent the first half of her career in television and the past 19 years in digital media, including senior executive positions at AOL and startups.
#disney/abctelevision #wgbh #nflproperties
Alexis was VP Digital Media at Disney ABC Television, responsible for defining and driving the overall strategy and P&L for ABC.com, Oscar.com, and other properties. She also led digital at WGBH, the nation’s premier public television station.
Chief of Staff
#netscape #aol #neverbluemedia #dailytelegraph
Gregg is a veteran of several Silicon Valley tech companies and has more than 20 years of experience leading innovation, growth and transformation for media, interactive marketing and technology companies worldwide. He established and led the first audience development group at London’s Daily Telegraph, launched a mobile marketing agency at Neverblue Media, and played a key role in the acquisition, integration and operation of several digital technology companies at AOL and Netscape Gregg holds a Computer Engineering degree from Iowa State University.
#factba.se #thewashingtonpost #gannett #aol #usnewsandworldreport
Bill is a big-data and machine learning expert with more than 20 years of experience developing web products for companies such as The Washington Post, Gannett, AOL, U.S. News and World Report and his own profitable machine-learning startups. He is the creator of Factba.se, which the Wall Street Journal hailed as an "amazing Trump database" and the New York Times called an "incredible resource."
#twitter #pbs #capitalone #thomsonreuters #s&p #capitaliq
Matt has shipped products for some of the world’s biggest brands, including Twitter, PBS, Capital One, Thomson Reuters, PBS KIDS, and S&P Capital IQ. For Matt, the customer comes first. He prides himself in his ability to deeply understand customer needs, project where technology is headed in the next 3-5 years, and then deliver winning product strategies that result in positive business outcomes.
#python #java #fp #databases #distributedsystems #architecture
Robert has over ten years experience in leading software engineering teams to deliver at high quality standards. He’s passionate about designing and coding platforms that developers can be proud of and that offer a beautiful experience to the users. He strongly believes in the values put forward by the ‘software craftsmanship’ movement; and when taking up a challenge, that ‘it always seems impossible until it’s done’.
#leverpoint #3pillarglobal #lean
Paul has built, grown and transformed engineering teams for more than 15 years. In his former roles as Technical Lead, Engineering Manager and Client Partner in 3Pillar Global, he led initiatives and programs that enabled successes at PBS and Telegraph Media Group. He was also the account manager for 3Pillar Global’s customers in Europe, which spanned teams in both Romania and India. He is a keen advocate of teamwork culture, agility and pragmatic programming.
#aarp #pbs #aol
Mike is the former head of e-commerce products for AOL. As a business development executive he has closed major deals with most major Silicon Valley companies, including Apple, Google, Amazon, Samsung, and Microsoft.
Social Media Marketing
Kevin Dando was PBS’ senior director of social media strategy and digital communications, overseeing PBS' social media initiatives and strategies for both its broadcast and online programming, and helping it to grow to more than 15 million engaged social followers. He also helped coordinate social strategies and tactics for local PBS stations and national broadcast programs, including MASTERPIECE, PBS NewsHour, Independent Lens and NATURE. Kevin was selected by PR News to be in its first group of "Social Media MVPs" and has been a speaker at Digital East, the Internet Summit, OMMA Social, the Digital Strategy Innovation Summit and SXSW.
Bill is a Silicon Valley veteran who holds an MBA from Stanford University, where he contributed to the best-selling book “Built to Last” by Jim Collins. He is an investor with Kohlberg Ventures and works independently with startups in consumer mobile, e-commerce and media monetization. At AOL, he oversaw network-level programming & promotions, subscriber relations, email, search, and software UX during AOL’s heyday.