Journalist, documentary-maker and former news editor of major media brands in the UK and Australia including News Corp, MSN and Fairfax.
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Video tech and ad integration specialist, with deep knowledge of Ooyala, Brightcove, Google DFP, CDNs, Amazon cloud, IBM’s Watson and artificial intelligence.
Senior media exec with a background in finance and commercial. Founder and CFO of Australia’s first pay TV operator, CFO of Southern Star and TV network WIN.
Investor, mentor and digital transformation expert. Previously led strategic direction across mobile, web and TV at News Corp and other global companies.
Built Google AdSense network before raising $10 million and launching Ooyala. Stanford graduate, Bis has now created AI bot business Wizeline.
Former product and analytics lead at the social network globally, delivering US$8.6 billion quarters. Previously led Flash development at Adobe.
Business lead for www.BBC.com with a billion monthly page views. Tristan was earlier head of business development at The Guardian and digital GM at The Wall Street Journal.
As we matured our multi-media strategy, we realised we needed to add a depth and breadth of video content to cover the diversity of the topics and stories we tell. It was impressive just how quickly we could bring these capabilities to the market by partnering with Ricky and the Oovvuu team.Alisa BowenNews Corp
The service Oovvuu offers both in Australia and internationally is without compare. They have an efficiency and regard for product that is unparalleled with prompt reporting, payment and analysis of audience and data.Michael Wrenn, Invisible Republic
Oovvuu have led the development of this emerging area of the market and have an impressive vision for the future. We are proud to be able to say that Reel is involved, and we have no hesitation in encouraging others to embark on the journey.Mark ButlerReel Corp
Oovvuu utilises the embedding of video into news stories and the team have found possibly the most practical and measurable way of scaling. News publishers are hungry for solutions like this.Gil ScrineBeamafilm