Eric is part of the founding Brightcove team. He is responsible for leading the overall Brightcove user experience, as well as the design and development of unique implementations of the Brightcove service. This includes innovative services projects on behalf of some of the world's largest print publishers and cable programmers.
Eric joined Brightcove from Comcast where he led the development and user experience of the award-winning Comcast.net, Comcast's widely used broadband online service. In particular, Eric led the conceptualization, development, and launch of Comcast's The Fan, its breakthrough Internet video-on-demand service.
Prior to Comcast, Eric was the Vice President of Business Development at the early broadband video pioneer The FeedRoom, where he managed key technology and content industry partnerships.
Before The FeedRoom, Eric managed technology editorial and conceived of ClickCinema and ClickVideo, pioneering online video services for [email protected], the industry's first broadband online service.
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