A former musician, DJ and producer, Paul Geller is a disruptive startup founder and an Internet Freedom activist. His achievements include: Founder of Sponsr, the world's first technology platform for the $50 billion sponsorship industry; Founder of National Metrics (sold in 2009), one of the oldest search marketing firms in the country; Co-Founder of The BKRY, an ideation shop in NYC; CEO of Bigger Markets, one of the largest networks of on-campus college street teams in the US; Former SVP of Public Policy at Music Streaming startup, Groovershark; Former SVP of Information Products and creator of "Beluga" at Grooveshark; author of an Op-Ed in Washington DC newspaper, The Hill, during the SOPA debates and Internet Blackout of 2012; and former Consumer Electronics Association Audio Board Member. He has presented and paneled at a myriad of professional and trade events worldwide on topics such as Copyright, Internet Freedom, Media Buying, Ad Ops, Data Mining and Government Relations at venues including: SXSW, MIDEM, CES, Digital Content Summit, Digital Music Forum West, Next Big Nashville, Microsoft Personalization Summit, The Creators' Freedom Fund and has participated various Hill briefings to elected representatives and Congressional staffers. More here.
Read the writings of Paul Geller on Technology, Business, Politics here. He has written, produced, engineer or performed on nearly a dozen indie and major label distributed recordings. See a full discography here.