Brady Brim-DeForest is a serial entrepreneur, brand strategist, product designer, and startup advisor. He is co-founder of Tubefilter, and the International Academy of Web Television.
As co-founder and CEO of Tubefilter, Brady Brim-DeForest is responsible for guiding the company's overall growth and business strategy. He is a seasoned manager and technologist with a deep background in the advertising and entertainment industries.
An ardent evangelist for the digital entertainment medium, Brady gave his first lecture on the convergence of television and the internet in 1999. He has spoken at numerous conferences including NATPE, Digital Hollywood, and NxtStage. He sits on the boards of the Open Web Foundation and DataPortability.
He is a co-founder and executive producer of the Streamy Awards, the first awards show celebrating excellence in Web television, and the International Academy of Web Television, a professional organization of online entertainment content creators, producers and talent dedicated to the growth of the online entertainment industry. He is also a co-founder of the Open Entertainment Alliance, a public policy advocacy group for the online entertainment industry.