Keith Kocho is founder and president of Boston-based ExtendMedia, which provides software and media services that enable content providers and distributors to quickly and securely create, deliver, manage, and monetize online content offerings over many devices. Keith founded the company as Digital Renaissance in 1991, and brings to the company more than 15 years of executive experience in a startup/high growth environment. Under his leadership, the company has been recognized for numerous awards including The Fast 50, Canada's Fastest Growing Companies, Profit 100, and others, and he has personally received such awards as the BDC's Young Entrepreneur of the Year. Keith was named the "Emerging Executive of the Year" by the Mass Technology Leadership Council in 2007. He has been an advisor to Apple Computer, consultant to leading telecommunications and technology companies such as Intel, IBM and Microsoft, and has served on the advisory boards of several colleges and universities. In addition, Keith has spearheaded ExtendMedia's many strategic content relationships, including partnerships with CAA and Zifferin/Brittenham. His industry roles have included board participation on ITAC, CANARIE and the Canadian Film Centre. Prior to starting the company, Keith co-developed the first PC-based offline video editing system, EnSuite, in 1990. He is a graduate of Ryerson University with a degree in Radio and Television Arts.
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