Make.TV, used by leaders in news, esports, sports and entertainment to handle live video in the cloud, announces the appointment of Tricia Iboshi as Chief Operating Officer. Based in San Francisco, Iboshi reports into Andreas Jacobi, Make.TV’s CEO and co-founder.
A broadcast and media industry veteran, Iboshi has spent over 17 years in IP video technology, including nine years at thePlatform, now part of Comcast Technology Solutions. Combining a strong background in sales and operations, Iboshi joins Make.TV to enable it to scale its operations and drive sustainable growth.
Iboshi is the latest addition to Make.TV’s expanding senior team, as the company responds to increased demand for its solutions for content acquisition, contribution and curation for esports, sports, news and entertainment. Previous hires in senior roles include Chief Revenue Officer Joseph Hopkins, joining from Verizon Digital Media; and Head of Account Management Matija Tonejc, formerly at Avid Technology.
“A true video industry veteran, Tricia brings a strong background in video technology and management to our expanding team. This wealth of experience makes her a key addition to Make.TV and we welcome her with open arms,” said Andreas Jacobi, CEO and co-founder at Make.TV.
“Live video continues to grow across all metrics and channels. By applying cloud based infrastructure efficiencies and advanced AI, Make.TV is uniquely positioned to own a big share of this expanding market. I am thrilled to join this world class team leading the way with the most impressive developments in the video industry today.” said Tricia Iboshi, COO at Make.TV.
Make.TV’s Live Video Cloud opens pathways for video to be shared between content creators, producers, programmers and advertisers with scale, speed and relevance previously not possible. It makes it easy to acquire content quickly, handle remote production and deliver content across broadcast, online and social media networks.