Jeremy Toeman is VP Products for CNET, his first "big company" effort after 20 years at startups. He has over 15 years experience in the convergence of digital media, mobile entertainment, social entertainment, smart TV and consumer technology. He has a proven track record of designing and delivering award-winning products and technologies to the connected home. Most recently he was SVP of Products for Viggle, Inc, after the successful acquisition of his venture-funded startup Dijit Media|
He was also the founder of Legacy Locker (acquired by PasswordBox in 2013) and NudgeMail.
Prior to Dijit, Jeremy ran 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.