The Darden Israeli Alumni Chapter would like to invite all prospective students to attend a special event in Tel Aviv: MBA Careers in Media and Technology Start-Ups.
At this event, you will hear from Ken Zamkow, Israeli Darden MBA ‘06, and Head of US Marketing for LiveU. He will be visiting Tel Aviv and hosting an information session about Darden and post-MBA careers in media, technology, and high-growth startups. Please feel free to join him on Wednesday, 26 June, 2013, from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. in Tel Aviv to hear more about his experiences:
4 Eybeschuts St, apt 4, Tel Aviv
רחוב אייבשיץ 4, דירה 4, תל אביב
If you can’t find parking on the street, there is a garage around the corner at Basel and Ashtori.
For more information and to RSVP for this event, e-mail Ken at email@example.com.
About Ken Zamkow, Head of Marketing, US & The Americas, LiveU:
Ken leads LiveU’s U.S. marketing efforts and has been overseeing the company’s strategic relationships with large global broadcast and cable networks, major studios, O&Os, sports networks and leagues, online platforms, and music. As part of LiveU, Ken has been closely involved in the online live productions of various Super Bowls, Grammy Awards, NBA All Star Weekends, US Elections coverage, London Olympics, various innovative web productions such as MTV O Music Awards, and various other global high-profile news events. LiveU was recognized by CNBC in its inaugural Disruptor 50 list in 2013, of privately-held companies that have “turned their sectors upside down”.
Prior to LiveU, Ken led the launch of video and social media products at Business Wire – A Berkshire Hathaway Company; developed Video on Demand (VOD) products at Cox Communications; co-founded the web solutions firm i-Sites Interactive Media; and consulted for a number of digital media startups including Drop.io, Flixwagon, and others.
He is regularly invited to speak at industry events, including NAB (National Association of Broadcasters), Digital Hollywood (where he also serves on an Advisory Board), Sports Video Group, Streaming Media, and NY Video 2.0, and in schools such as Columbia Business School and Baruch College, as well as at University of Virginia events, where he earned his MBA at Darden Business School. He was a features guest on a number of technology shows including TWiT and others. Ken lives in the East Village in Manhattan.