Adam Burg is the VP of Business Development for Dijit Media, where he is responsible for leading the distribution and monetization of the Dijit platform. He has spent 10+ in the convergence space building relationships and structuring deals with CE, DTV and MVPD companies.
Adam is a founder and strategic advisor at Stage Two, Inc. a firm whose clients include Electronic Arts, VUDU, Boxee, DivX, Netgear, D-Link, Pogoplug, Clicker.com, Sonos and many other consumer technology companies. Joining S2 in 2007 he oversaw operations and business development where he was integral to the firmâ€™s growth and evolution.
Adam is also an entrepreneur, his ventures include NudgeMail (www.nudgemail.com), an email based reminder service and inbox management system, and Legacy Locker (www.legacylocker.com), a safe, secure repository for your vital digital property that lets you grant access to online assets for friends and loved ones in the event of loss, death, or disability.
Before teaming up with Jeremy Toeman at Stage Two, Adam joined Macrovision (now Rovi Corp) where he was responsible for digital media software licensing in North America with a focus on evaluating and opening new business in the Set Top Box (STB), Cable, Telco, and DTV markets. Previously, Adam spent four years at Mediabolic, a digital home entertainment middleware provider acquired by Macrovision in 2006. During his tenure, he was responsible for the growth of sales, licensing and the overall business pipeline for North America.
Prior to that, Adam held various sales and business development positions at eGroups.com and through the acquisition of the company, later at Yahoo!
Adam earned his Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication from the University of Pittsburg in Pennsylvania.
VP of Business Development
Jun 23, 2011 - Current (over 5 years)
|Nov 21, 2013||FinSMEs - PasswordBox Acquires Legacy Locker|
|Nov 20, 2013||The Next Web - Digital Death Startup Legacy Locker Acquired By PasswordBox|
|Oct 18, 2013||Engadget - Dijit collaborates with 11 TV networks to remind you to watch their shows|
|Oct 18, 2013||The Next Web - Dijit rolls out website Reminder Buttons as part of its B2B strategy, partners with 11 TV networks|
|Feb 26, 2013||The Next Web - Dijit taps Watchwith to bring synchronized second-screen experiences to NextGuide TV listings|