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NextVR Attracts Leading Names to Advisory Team

By May 13, 2015March 24th, 2020News
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Headed up by Co-Founders David Cole and DJ Roller, NextVR specializes in 360-degree stereoscopic 3D camera rigs for VR event rebroadcasting and content creation.  Very exciting stuff!

To help bolster their success and to secure their beat on te industry, they have attracted some key names to their Advisory Board team.

Peter Guber is the Chairman and CEO of Mandalay Entertainment and former Chairman of Sony Entertainment.  Guber’s personal films have earned more than $3 billion worldwide and racked up 50 Academy Award nominations. Guber also co-owns three professional sports teams including the Golden State Warriors of the NBA, the Los Angeles Dodgers of MLB and the Los Angeles Football Club of Major League Soccer. Guber is also an owner and Chairman of Dick Clark Productions, the world’s largest producer of televised live event entertainment programming, which includes the Golden Globe Awards, the American Music Awards, the Billboard Music Awards and Miss America.  Nice!

Scott Teissler is former executive vice president, chief technology officer and chief digital strategy officer for Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. (TBS, Inc.), a Time Warner company, that creates and programs branded news and entertainment on television and other platforms. He helped develop the technology strategy and policy development for the network and represented TBS in all technology matters. Earlier in his career, Teissler was senior vice president of new media strategy and chief technology officer for CNN. He joined CNN in 1993 from the University of Chicago where he served as the vice provost for technology and the University’s chief technology strategist.

Doug Perlman is a tenured sports media executive and media rights expert. He held leadership roles with the National Hockey League and IMG before founding Sports Media Advisors, an advisory firm focused on the intersection of sports, television and digital platforms. Perlman has been named to the Sports Business Journal’s “Forty Under Forty” three times, earning a spot in their Hall of Fame and has been recognized by The Sporting News as one of the 100 Most Powerful People in Sports.

Congratulations to the NextVR team for building a strong foundation with this!

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