Josh founded and sold two successful Internet businesses for a combined $400mm and is now making early stage investments through Freestyle Capital.
Josh is a founding partner in Freestyle Capital, an early stage venture fund focused on the Internet and technology sectors. Mr. Felser was the CEO and co-founder of Crackle (formerly Grouper), an Internet video community, acquired by Sony for $65 million in 2006. Until February of 2001 he was General Manager of AOL Time Warner's music brands' Spinner, Winamp and Shoutcast.
In October 1997 he became co-founder and President of Spinner.com, a leading Internet music destination until its 1999 purchase by America Online for $320 million. From 1994 to 1996 he was Head of business and product development in Qwest/U.S. West's Multimedia Group. From 1990 to 1994 he was an executive with News Corp., working with Fox Inc. in Los Angeles and BSkyB in London.... See More
President and FounderOct, 1997 - May, 1999
Founder and CEOJan, 2004 - Aug, 2008
Manager, Business DevelopmentAug, 1990 - Aug, 1992
Vice President1999 - Jan, 2001
EVP2006 - Jan, 2008
Program Manager, Business Development1992 - Jan, 1994
Head of Business and Product Development1994 - Jan, 1996
Executive Roles1990 - Jan, 1994