Aaron LaBerge is the CEO and Co-Founder of Fanzter.
Before starting Fanzter, Aaron served as the Senior Vice-President of Technology and Product Development at ESPN. He was responsible for all consumer-facing technology development for the company.
As an integral leader in the creation and growth of ESPN.com, Aaron was responsible for many of the siteâ€™s most pioneering products (GameCast, ESPN Motion) and played a leading role in establishing its position as a leader in new technology.
Aaron received a B.S. in Electrical & Computer Engineering from the University of South Carolina.
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|Jan 10, 2008||Gigaom - Start-Up Fanzter Raises $2 Million First Round; Former ESPN SVP Is Co-Founder|