Marc DeBevoise is an accomplished leader with wide-ranging experience in the direct-to-consumer, media, and technology industries. Marc recently led the global streaming, digital, and technology strategies and operations of ViacomCBS (now Paramount Global) as its Chief Digital Officer and CEO & President of CBS Interactive. During Marc’s leadership tenure, the company became a major player in direct-to-consumer streaming and a leading global Internet company, primarily driven by the founding and evolution of its streaming services, including Paramount+. Earlier in his career, Marc held executive positions at Starz and NBCUniversal and started his career in media and technology as an investment banker at Hambrecht & Quist and JPMorgan.
Marc also currently serves as the Vice Chairman and President of Argus Capital Corp., a tech-enabled-media focused special purpose acquisition corporation and Board President of The Door, a non-profit organization supporting at-risk youth in NYC.
Marc received his M.B.A. with distinction in Entertainment, Media & Technology, and Finance from New York University’s Stern School of Business and his B.A. in Economics and Computer Science from Tufts University.
David BeckChief Operating Officer
David leads strategy, business development, and corporate development at Brightcove.David served as the EVP, Head of Content Strategy & Business Operations of AMC Networks where he led the strategy to accelerate AMC’s streaming business model transformation. He architected the strategy and operational roadmap to launch a suite of integrated Linear, SVOD (AMC+), and AVOD/FAST services and partnerships for B2B and DTC distribution. Prior to his time at AMC, David served as the EVP, Corporate Strategy & Operations at WarnerMedia, and Chief Strategy Officer of TNT & TBS. At WarnerMedia he was responsible for developing the strategies and driving the roadmap planning process for a broad set of growth opportunities, including the development of the initial strategy and roadmap that would become HBO Max, as well as several acquisitions and enterprise partnership strategies in growth sectors including Esports, Audio/Podcasting, and talent monetization. Prior to WarnerMedia, David co-founded BRAVE Ventures (acquired by Turner), a 20+ person Media/Tech/Consumer advisory and investment firm. BRAVE developed growth initiatives, strategies, business cases, and operational roadmaps for clients' including Viacom, Turner, CBS, A+E, Sony/Crackle, and Mattel. These included Turner Launchpad, an industry-leading, hundred+ million-dollar social video monetization platform for ad sales which ultimately led to Turner’s acquisition of Brave, to incubating Delmondo, a social video analytics platform acquired by Conviva.
Kathy KlinglerChief Marketing Officer
Kathy Klingler is Brightcove’s Chief Marketing Officer responsible for the company’s global marketing strategy, overseeing worldwide marketing, brand and creative, digital strategy, global demand generation, and corporate communications. She has deep expertise in leading and transforming high-performing global marketing organizations across multiple industries and customer segments, reinvigorating major brands with a customer-first focus, leading to profitable growth. Kathy is committed to advancing Brightcove’s mission to be the world’s most trusted streaming technology company.
Before joining Brightcove, Kathy was senior vice president and global head of marketing, communications, and customer experience for cybersecurity SaaS technology company Rapid7, driving profitable growth across commercial and enterprise businesses and raising brand relevance in a highly disruptive category. She served as Chief Marketing and Customer Experience Officer at Blue Cross Blue Shield, a leading healthcare payor with over 3 million members, and in her role as Chief Marketing and Communications Officer, she was responsible for leading Santander’s expansion and launch into the U.S. market. Additionally, Kathy has held senior leadership roles at Fidelity Investments, Kaplan Higher Education, John Hancock, and KPMG.
In 2023, Kathy was recognized by CMOConnect as a top CMO in Boston, and she previously received recognition from Bostinno for Boston’s 50 on Fire award, celebrating innovators in marketing and advertising. As an advocate for eliminating homelessness, Kathy has served on the board of Horizons for Homeless Children for over 15 years. Through her senior leadership roles, she has led impactful change across diverse and unserved communities in Boston and globally.
Scott LevineChief Product Officer
Scott Levine is the Chief Product Officer for Brightcove, the world’s most trusted video streaming technology company. Reporting directly to the CEO, Levine oversees all product management and the engineering organization. In his role, he is responsible for setting the product vision and redefining the product roadmap for the organization. His work at Brightcove has been critical to the success of the company’s product quality and velocity. Promoted from senior vice president and head of product, Levine works closely with the company’s various departments, including data, research, marketing, and design teams to continually innovate the platform’s product and solution offerings and contribute to go-to-market strategies and partnerships that support the company’s prospects, customers and partners.
Before Brightcove, Levine was the senior vice president of product and technology at TelevisaUnivision. He was responsible for Univision’s distribution product strategy and operations, leading the company’s OTT initiatives and DTC services. During his time there, Levine also helped relaunch Univision’s digital properties, including mobile sites and award-winning apps. Before Univision, Levine held senior-level product and digital strategy roles for leading companies, such as AOL, and co-founded carOrder.com, a successful e-commerce website allowing consumers to buy cars directly online.
Levine graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree with a concentration in computer science.
Robert NoreckEVP & CFO
Robert Noreck has more than 20 years of financial experience in a wide range of of technology and software companies. He joined Brightcove in 2011. Most recently, Mr. Noreck held positions at other Boston-based companies such as Fidelity Investments, BostonCoach, and City Year. He received his BS degree with a concentration in Finance from Binghamton University and holds an MBA from the F.W. Olin School of Business at Babson College.
Jim NortonChief Revenue Officer
Jim leads Brightcove's sales teams as our Chief Revenue Officer. He is responsible for developing and implementing full-funnel sales strategies and propelling multichannel demand with a focus on product-led growth. With an extensive background in media, advertising, and marketing technology sales, Jim now navigates the rapidly evolving world of enterprise sales leadership.
Throughout his career, Jim has been instrumental in defining and executing strategic initiatives that have fueled new business ventures, expanded market presence, and significantly boosted growth for organizations like Condé Nast, AOL/Verizon, Google, and Tribune Broadcasting. Prior to joining Brightcove, he served as Chief Revenue Officer at Flowcode, a QR code technology and analytics platform developer.
A graduate of the Carroll School of Management at Boston College, Jim is the former Chairman of the Board for both the Interactive Advertising Bureau and the American Advertising Federation, where he was at the forefront of shaping the advertising landscape and driving industry-wide initiatives.
David PlotkinChief Legal Officer
David is Brightcove's Chief Legal Officer. He manages the company's global legal affairs, as well as its governance, compliance, and privacy programs. David also handles the executive management of Brightcove’s Support and Customer Success organizations and leads a number of important cross-company initiatives.
David joined Brightcove in 2007 as the company's VP of Business and Legal Affairs. In addition to leading our commercial legal dealings, he was also responsible for negotiating many of the company's significant business relationships. Prior to his current role, David held the title of General Counsel and Global Privacy Officer.
Before joining Brightcove, David was a partner in the Media & IP practice of Boston law firm Prince Lobel. Before that, he was an associate at Hill & Barlow, also located in Boston. Prior to his tenure in private practice, David was a law clerk for a federal district judge in Connecticut.
David received his JD from Northeastern University School of Law and his BA in Economics from The George Washington University.
Deb RichardsSenior Vice President, Customer Success
Deb Richards leads Brightcove’s global customer success team including support, enablement, and onboarding. Richards is responsible for understanding and advocating for the needs of Brightcove global customers to ensure long-term success and retention with a focus on building and setting customer expectations for an exceptional experience.
Deb has more than 20 years of expertise in leading global customer success, retention, operations and support organizations for technology and SaaS organizations. Throughout her career, she has held global VP roles at Progress Software, Acronis, Brainshark, Tracelink and most recently Plex systems and has demonstrated success in building exceptional customer experiences.
Trisha StilesChief People Officer
Trisha Stiles has more than 20 years of experience leading human resources for Fortune 500 companies, including Tableau, a Salesforce Business Unit, CBS Interactive, and GE/NBC Universal, and she is a graduate of the GE Human Resource Leadership Program known for HR excellence. At Brightcove, Stiles oversees all aspects of human resource strategy, encompassing talent and performance management, spearheading diversity, equality, and inclusion initiatives, developing competitive people practices, and reinforcing the company’s strategic direction and business growth. Before Brightcove, Trisha served as vice president of employee success at Tableau, overseeing human resources strategy for Tableau’s global engineering, product and marketing teams. She managed equality, talent attraction, and organization strategy to bolster company growth and employee performance. Prior to Tableau, Stiles was the Head of HR for CBSI, where she helped build the culture across the CBS/CBSi brands and scaled the streaming business.
Stiles holds a MA from Teachers College of Columbia University in Organizational Psychology, Org. Development, Change Management, and Leadership, and a BA in Psychology from UC Santa Barbara.
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