Los Angeles-- Sighting exceptional growth in sales and new product development, IRIS.TV, a video personalization pioneer that enables publishers and marketers to maximize the value of their video inventory by streaming custom programming to individual users across all devices, today announced three new hires, one in engineering and two in account management.
Kyle Raudensky has been named a Software Engineer, working on plugins for a variety of video players and platforms. He reports to Joel Spitalnik, VP Engineering in Los Angeles
Max Dismore and Katherine Miller have joined IRIS.TV as Account Executives tasked with continuing to help IRIS.TV provide its customers with not only account management, but prescriptive insight to inform smarter video programming decisions. They both report to Richie Hyden, COO in New York.
Mr. Raudensky is a recent graduate of Bucknell University holding a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science.
Mr. Dismore comes to IRIS.TV from L'Oréal (New York) where he was an Assistant Brand Manager and earlier, a Marketing Assistant in L'Oréal's Management Development Program. Before that, he worked for Tesla Motors in Washington DC. Mr. Dismore is a graduate of George Washington University.
Ms Miller had worked at Samek Art Museum (Lewisburg, PA) and The Museum of Modern Art (New York) before she joined IRIS.TV. She is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Bucknell University.
IRIS.TV is a cloud-based personalized video programming system that allows publishers and content owners to generate more video views and engage users across all devices. The company’s product suite is designed to increase video consumption and simplify operations for web, mobile, and OTT video distribution. The software integrates with existing video players using artificial intelligence and adaptive machine learning to automate streaming of personalized content based on audience preferences, user interaction, and behavioral segmentation. IRIS.TV has hundreds of customers across the world that rely on the company’s video programming platform to keep their audiences watching.
Based in Los Angeles, IRIS TV's investors include Sierra Wasatch, BDMI, Progress Ventures and individual backers including Machinima founder Allen DeBevoise, Lions Gate CFO James Barge as well as senior executives with Nielsen and AEG.