INVIDI has entered a new generation. We want to put our best foot forward, so, we're getting a makeover. We will be back with you shortly. In the meantime, meet some of our team.
When it comes to cable TV, Dave Downey has done it. From cable operations to television advertising and new media technologies, his experience brings serious know-how to INVIDI. He's worn many very important hats at companies like Charter Communications, Across Media Networks, and Triax Communications. He's also been known to wear his favorite Atlanta Hawks hat signed by Pistol Pete Maravich.
As Chief Executive Officer of INVIDI, Dave proudly shares his passion for addressable advertising. Whether he's talking to investors, working with the board, or leading his rock-star team, Dave loves what he does... almost as much as watching a weekend marathon of Big Bang Theory.
Bruce Anderson knows a lot about...well... a lot of things. Television and video technology is no exception. Bruce holds numerous patents in the digital video technology space, he has led teams at companies like Sarnoff and DIVA, and he wins trivia games at office parties wherever he goes.
As INVIDI's Global Chief Technology and Chief Operating Officer, Bruce uses his expansive knowledge and experience to drive addressable advertising standards and build global solutions that work on all devices.
Chris O'Toole is INVIDI's own Daddy Warbucks. No, he's not bald, grumpy, or a lieutenant general. But he is really hard working and runs a tight ship when it comes to INVIDI's money. With decades of experience at companies like On Command, Lodgenet Interactive, Triax, and Daniels & Associates, Chris has an impressive depth of knowledge and experience in the cable and satellite industry.
Chris has managed corporate finance and strategy, human resources, information technology, and risk management. He also manages to make time for the golf course and for building wooden bird houses with his grand kids.
Fred Di Blasio wears his passion for addressable advertising on his very trendy designer sleeve. With a successful career at companies like Shaw, AT&T, Bell Cablemedia, and Telus, some people mistake Fred for a rock star (could be the hair?). His experience includes mergers & acquisitions, operations, strategy, and expanding into international markets.
Fred has held roles in product management, marketing, content development, and strategic development. He has also successfully played suitor to an evil queen.