|Emerson College, BS||1992|
Rob Maigret is a Los Angeles-based technologist and digital storyteller.
He is currently CTO at DigiSynd, Inc., which was founded in 2007 by Rob and long time collaborator Oliver Luckett.
Rob is also a founding member of X12 Productions, the LA-based new media collective.
In the past he has held executive positions at a number of media technology companies, most recently Revver - where as Chief Technology Officer he was responsible for the design and execution of their revenue sharing approach to user generated video syndication. Prior to Revver heâ€™d spent time as Senior Vice President of Technology for iBlast, Inc., an early pioneer of digital broadcasting. During his time at iBlast, Rob was instrumental in the design and implementation of the largest terrestrial datacast system in the United States.
Earlier in his career, he rose through the ranks at PolyGram/Universal Music to become one of the companyâ€™s youngest directors of information technology. He was a key player in the technical integration of the two companies, which ultimately led to the formation of the largest worldwide music conglomerate. Born and raised in Warwick, Rhode Island, Rob holds a bachelorâ€™s degree in Performing Arts from Bostonâ€™s Emerson College, where he began his entertainment career as a playwright, filmmaker, and short story writer.
He resides in the Silverlake area of Los Angeles. His current choice of weapon is a Macbook Pro 3,1.