While the nation’s leading radio broadcasting companies have shunned it, TuneIn remains one of the leading live streaming and on-demand audio platforms on a global level.
As such, it is ramping up its C-Suite with the appointment of a Chief Technology Officer, a Chief Revenue Officer and Chief Product Officer — among other changes.
The moves see Paul Brody become CTO, Rob Deichert as CRO, and Joe King taking the CPO role.
At the same time, Yasmin Coffey has been elevated to Chief Legal Officer (CLO).
Kevin Straley will continue to serve as Chief Content Officer (CCO).
The news comes on the heels of the recent appointment of Richard Stern to Chief Executive Officer and a new investment in TuneIn led by Innovation Endeavors.
Additionally, six new members will join TuneIn’s Board and bring their deep expertise in the areas of business, technology, media and entertainment: Eric Botto, Steve Cakebread, Sukhinder Singh Cassidy, Greg Coleman, Rick Scanlon and Harpinder Singh.
Previously, Brody served as CTO at Rakuten Advertising, where he built and operated the technology for the company’s ad platforms and innovative e-commerce measurement business. Before that, he served as Chief Product Officer for CleverTap, co-founder and CEO of Sococo, and Vice President of Products for Yahoo!
Deichert was formerly CEO at Eyeview, where he refactored the product roadmap, business processes and developed a plan to continue scaled growth.
As CPO, King is responsible for TuneIn’s product management and interaction design. Previously, he served as Principal Product Manager, Kindle Content at Amazon.com.