Founded in 2016 and based in San Francisco, ColorTV is the first the Video Personalization and Marketing Automation Platform. ColorTV’s platform empowers broadcasters and developers by providing a diverse suite of data insight, discovery and analytics solutions across Web, iOS, Android, Apple TV, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, Roku and Chromecast.
ColortTV’s Spectrum™ platform powers personalized video recommendations, analytics and attribution for over-the-top (OTT), Mobile and Web environments. According to NPD Group, approximately 115 million homes in the U.S. now own a connected TV or streaming device. ColorTV is venture backed, with $1.5 million in seed funding led by Foxconn.
Giancarlo is a proven entrepreneur with experience in many online and offline ventures. He is an expert at marketing and running large scale sales centers. Most recently he founded Tapit.com, a mobile advertising platform, which catered to billions of impressions monthly to advertisers around the world. The company was acquired in 2013.
He has also been the CEO and Founder of two finance companies which cater directly to consumers, one of which he exited in 2010. He is active in both providing seed investment and incubation to startups in technology and is passionate about emerging technology. He is happily married and the father of two children.
Chris is a proven technology leader who has helped companies build high-performance, scalable infrastructure and start-ups build and grow their engineering teams. He brings his extensive experience in mobile and advertising to lead the design and development of ColorTV’s innovative technology platform. Chris served as the Chief Technology Officer at Tapit! Media Group, which was acquired by Phunware in late 2012. He then served as Chief Architect of Phunware, Inc. from January 2013 through July 2015. Prior to joining TapIt! in 2011, he worked for Solipsys Corporation (acquired by Raytheon in 2003) and was the first software engineer hired at Millennial Media in 2006. Millennial went on to IPO in 2012 and was subsequently acquired by AOL in 2015.