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The Tubefilter Team
Joshua began his career in television, producing documentaries for A&E Television Networks and the Discovery Channel. In April 2007, he co-founded Tilzy.TV, one of the first media outlets dedicated to providing news and reviews for original, online video programming and web series. Joshua is also a co-founder of the Streamy Awards, which is being produced in partnership with dick clark productions.
Geoff Weiss loves him some online video. He was formerly a staff writer at Entrepreneur with a focus on digital media, and graduated from New York University with a B.A. in English Literature.
Sam is an avid online video consumer and graduate from Northwestern University, where he wrote for several campus publications and was an active member of the student radio station. He has a great affinity for all kinds of online video entertainment, but if he had to choose, he’d probably pick ‘Big Bang Big Boom‘ as his single favorite online video. At least for now.
Dana Block is an Account Director in the Technology/Consumer Technology Practice at Allison+Partners, where she manages the technology division of the Los Angeles office. She has more than 9 years of experience working with a vast number of clients that are changing the way people create, consume and connect content, including FishBowl Worldwide Media, Tongal, Media Temple, Pioneer Electronics, ParkMe, Social Media Week Los Angeles, Paramount Digital Entertainment, Clevver, and more.
Meghan White is seasoned lawyer with expertise in corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, and contract drafting and negotiations, with a knack for anything related to data. Prior to Tubefilter, she spent 5 years at Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP, working almost exclusively on matters for Bloomberg LLP.