Dijit Media is a startup transforming the way people discover and experience TV shows and movies. Dijit’s newest product is NextGuide, a hyper-personalized TV listings guide designed specifically for the iPad™. The company’s first app, launched in 2011, was the Dijit Remote - the top-rated iOS remote control app, which also powers the experience for the Griffin Beacon iOS accessory. The company is venture-backed, based in San Francisco and is helmed by a team of serial entrepreneurs including TV technology industry veterans Jeremy Toeman and Adam Burg, as well as Stanford alum Thomas Quinto.
Jeremy Toeman, CEO
Jeremy Toeman is a veteran of the convergence of TV and technology industries, with over a dozen years experience innovating and creating award-winning, disruptive products. Most recently, Jeremy cofounded Stage Two with Adam Burg, a product/marketing consultancy where he led strategic efforts for Boxee, VUDU, Clicker.com, DivX, Electronic Arts, Best Buy, and many others. Prior to Stage Two, Jeremy was the VP of Products for Sling Media (acquired by DISH in 2007) and was responsible for guiding development of the Slingbox from conception to launch, helping take the vision of the founders and shape it into a physical product. In 1999, Jeremy co-founded Mediabolic, a software company that provided digital media networking technology to consumer electronics and computer manufacturers (acquired by Macrovision in 2007). Jeremy also sat on the original DLNA Working Group steering committee. Jeremy is a prominent speaker and leader in the TV convergence field, holds a B.S. in Economics and Industrial Management from Carnegie Mellon University. Go Habs.
Adam Burg, VP of Business Development
Prior to Dijit and Stage Two, Adam Burg most recently worked at Rovi Corp (formerly Macrovision) 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, and Digital TV (DTV) markets. Burg joined Rovi after it's acquisition of Mediabolic, where he was Director of Business Development and chiefly responsible for many of the firm's licensing deals and partnerships. Prior to Mediabolic, Burg was an early employee at eGroups on the business development team; the company was acquired by Yahoo! in August, 2000. Adam earned his Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication from the University of Pittsburgh in Pennsylvania.
Thomas Quinto, VP of Engineering
Thomas began developing Internet technologies since the emergence of the Web after graduating with a Computer Systems Engineering degree from Stanford in 1996. Thomas has led a career as a serial entrepreneur and lead developer at several start-ups, implementing large-scale, high-performance systems for payment processing, investment analysis, electronic music distribution, and software virtualization technologies. Most recently Thomas was the V.P. of Engineering at Boxbe, an email prioritization service, and served as the sole developer for the first version of the Soundtracker iPhone music app. In addition to his entrepreneurial efforts, Thomas has also served stints at established Silicon Valley companies such as Adobe and Wyse Technology.
Dijit Headquarters are located in the historic Chancery Building in San Francisco. Access is easy through BART and MUNI, with Montgomery Station just a block away from the front door.
564 Market St. Suite 311
San Francisco, CA 94104
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