I feel grateful and very humbled to be on this list,” says Peterson. “Amazing group of people to be associated with.
LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) November 28, 2018
Jason Peterson, CEO & Chairman of GoDigital Media Group, has been named in Media Play News “40 Under 40 in Home Entertainment 2018”. GoDigital, or GDMG, is a company focused on management of intellectual property rights through business units Cinq Music, VidaPrimo, AdShare and ContentBridge. In addition to Peterson, also noted on the list includes Lyndsey Adams of Universal Pictures Home Entertainment, Christina Avitabile of YouTube and Google Play, Nick Bell of Snapchat, April Carretta of 20thCentury Fox Home Entertainment, Adam Frank of Lionsgate and Maura Gray of Redbox.
“I feel grateful and very humbled to be on this list,” says Peterson. “Amazing group of people to be associated with.”
Peterson was noted in Media Play News for working the entire media value chain, from production and post through marketing and distribution. Today, GoDigital Media Group includes record label, distributor and publisher Cinq Music, multi-platform video network VidaPrimo, digital supply chain ContentBridge, YouTube monetizer AdShare and VOD distribution company Distribber. All business units build and collect revenue from markets moving to access rights from direct ownership. ContentBridge recently encoded and delivered Studio 100 TV’s entire catalog to leading Belgian telecom Proximus, with specific versions optimized for television as well as the new Studio 100 Go mobile application. In January, VidaPrimo partnered with the live and on-demand OTT service XUMO to launch the first Latin music video channel available on the platform.
About GoDigital Media Group
GoDigital Media Group (“GDMG”) is a diversified multi-national holding company focused on technology enabled intellectual property rights management through its operating subsidiaries: Cinq Music, VidaPrimo, AdShare and ContentBridge. Its ‘digital first subsidiaries provide best-of-breed capabilities in IP acquisition, distribution, protection and collection. This enables GDMG to monetize music and video rights more effectively than their prior ‘traditional media’ owners.