Mediamorph Names Thomas Stilling New Head of Product
Former Fox Executive to Drive Innovation, Enhanced Customer Experiences and International Growth
NEW YORK, NY (September 6, 2018)—Mediamorph, the leading Content Value Management (CVM) cloud platform powering the largest entertainment companies in the world, announced today that former Fox executive Thomas Stilling has joined the company as the new Head of Product and a member of the executive leadership team. He reports to Mediamorph CEO Rob Gardos and is responsible for leading the company’s next phase of innovation, enabling enhanced customer experiences and supporting the company’s expansion into new global markets.
Stilling brings to Mediamorph more than two decades of transformational and operational leadership, driving high value solutions and strategy for today’s evolving digital media experience. A known thought leader and a sought-out speaker on the digital content supply chain and organizational data journeys, Stilling advocates best practices that embrace the expanding realities of volume and complexity for digital distribution. He is a strong proponent of supply chain standards, change in data culture, and has a long history of collaborating with leading industry groups including; the Digital Entertainment Group (DEG), Entertainment Identifier Registry Association (EIDR), and Movielabs.
“We are thrilled to have Thomas on the Mediamorph team,” said Rob Gardos, CEO of Mediamorph. “As we enter the next phase of growth, Thomas is the ideal leader to help drive product innovation, strategy and customer success. He brings the right mix of vision and skills to our customer-focused mission and will deliver further innovation to our clients.”
“With the explosion of new content, delivery platforms and direct-to-consumer models, Media and Entertainment organizations are transforming and scaling their digital supply chains to capture a new generation of connected consumers,” said Stilling. “Mediamorph is well positioned to help companies on this journey capitalize on content, and I look forward to helping grow Mediamorph’s global presence.”