Frank Barbieri is a serial entrepreneur, angel investor and startup adviser. With a background in product management and business development, he has held positions at Fortune 100, mid-size, and start-up companies.
He has been Chief Executive Officer & Founder of Transpera, Chief Product Officer, SVP Corporate Development at YuMe and Group Product Manager at Microsoft among other roles. His first career was as an international photojournalist.
A company he co-founded in 1994, called MediaStorm, pioneered digital journalism on the web and led him to the founding team of MSNBC. He is dedicated to the #NoKidHungry campaign to eliminate childhood hunger in the United States.
SVP, Corporate Development
2011 - Current (almost 6 years)
BA, politics, philosophy1989
|Apr 4, 2012||TechCrunch - Silicon Valley Entitlement Gets Political|
|Feb 18, 2012||TechCrunch - Mobile Advertising Is The Baby Huey Of The Media World (And Apple Is Taking The Low Road)|
|Dec 6, 2011||TechCrunch - How Carrier IQ Could Have Avoided Its Dumbest Move|
|Sep 1, 2011||TechCrunch - AT&T Merger Fail Highlights Failure Of Spectrum Politics|
|Aug 21, 2011||TechCrunch - Content Snackers Become Cord Cutters; Change The TV World As We Know It|
|Mar 1, 2011||Gigaom - Transpera Team Lands At YuMe|
|Jun 10, 2010||Gigaom - Glu’s Former CEO Greg Ballard Lands At Transpera|
|Jun 2, 2010||Venture Beat - Transpera lands $9M more for mobile video advertising platform|