"MOLTEN is the first cloud infrastructure able to finally revolutionize the industry with a scalable solution for seamless search and analytics of rights information, encoding and distribution of content, and execution of financial transactions from anywhere."
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (PRWEB) May 19, 2020
MOLTEN, a cloud infrastructure platform that digitizes and streamlines core operations of media and entertainment organizations, today announced the appointment of recognized industry visionary and veteran Denise Denson to Chief Operating Officer. In her role, Denson will be responsible for MOLTEN’s business development and operations functions including the company’s expansion of capabilities into digitizing rights, content, distribution and financial operations. She reports directly into MOLTEN founder and CEO, Arjun Mendhi.
Denson brings to the company more than two decades of experience and a proven track record in creating and implementing business development, marketing, and operations strategies to transform and expand businesses in diverse global markets. While at Viacom, Denson held several positions of increasing responsibility, including Executive Vice President, Global Content Distribution. In this role, as a direct report to Viacom Chairman and CEO, Denson developed and implemented a worldwide distribution strategy where she led traditional and digital content distribution for more than two dozen channels, growing distribution revenues over a ten-year period from $1B to $5B annually.
“As demand for media and entertainment content continues to grow, MOLTEN is evolving the underlying operations to bring scalable, automated and cost-effective cloud solutions to media and entertainment organizations,” said Founder and CEO Arjun Mendhi. “We are thrilled to incorporate Denise’s extensive experience driving digital transformation across media distribution channels and platforms.”
“For the past 20 years, while other industries digitally transformed around us, entertainment content management kept its roots firmly planted in legacy systems built for another time. Now, as consumers’ need for content grows, being able to manage and distribute content quickly is critical,” Denson noted. “MOLTEN is the first cloud infrastructure able to finally revolutionize the industry with a scalable solution for seamless search and analytics of rights information, encoding and distribution of content, and execution of financial transactions from anywhere. This is the future of media and entertainment, and it’s about time. I am excited to apply my experience to further accelerate MOLTEN’s growth and transform the industry.”
MOLTEN was founded in 2018 by Arjun Mendhi, an engineer, entrepreneur and artist. As the CEO of MOLTEN, he leads innovation to solve some of the most pressing challenges the media and entertainment industry faces today. Prior to MOLTEN, Mendhi led product, technology and business operations at organizations ranging from public corporations such as Danaher, to technology startups such as Infinite Analytics. A two-time winner of the prestigious MIT $100K Web and IT Award, he has an MBA from MIT Sloan and CS undergraduate from Anna University.
MOLTEN empowers rights-holders of digital intellectual property through technological innovation. MOLTEN works closely with media and entertainment organizations, such as film/TV production, distribution and sales companies. The MOLTEN cloud platform transforms media rights, content and financial management, radically simplifying global operations. The platform empowers its users with analytics and tools to accelerate deal-making and content monetization worldwide. MOLTEN was founded in the heart of Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and is committed to breaking the barriers that hold digital creativity and media experiences back today. MOLTEN’s engineering team comes from MIT, advisors include Jack Dorsey and Kevin Yorn, and is backed by top-tier venture funds and StartX. For more information visit https://www.molten.co and follow @molten_inc on Twitter, @molten_inc on Instagram, and @molten on Medium.