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Former FOX and Charter Communications Executive Appointed as AnyClip Media’s Chief Content Officer

Yesterday, global technology company, AnyClip Media, announced the appointment of Robert Quicksilver as its new chief content officer. A former executive of FOX and Charter Communications, Quicksilver will leverage his two decades of executive-level experience to develop overall strategic initiatives and develop strong business relationships to drive the efforts to expand adoption of AnyClip’s video content marketing platform.

Robert Quicksilver has held executive-level positions with media companies like FOX Broadcasting and Charter Communications.
Prior to being hired at AnyClip, Robert Quicksilver held executive-level positions with FOX Broadcasting and Charter Communications.

Prior to working as an executive for FOX and Charter Communications, Quicksilver served as a content strategy consultant for Yahoo Media Group and chief content officer of Tidal TV; a company where he was part of the original founding team. According to AnyClip, his hiring will help them take advantage of marketers’ increasing reliance on video in their content marketing strategy.

“As content marketing methods continue to evolve, AnyClip’s in-stream, targeting technology provides premium content and brand marketers with a unique platform to better target their audiences and extend the brand experience in a brand-safe environment,” Quicksilver said. “It’s an incredibly exciting time to be joining the AnyClip team.”

Just recently coming out of stealth mode, AnyClip Media has seen significant growth. It’s consistently ranked as a top content property in comScore’s Video Metrix; in the same line as giants like Google (YouTube), Facebook, AOL and Yahoo. The company hired Quicksilver because of his extensive background in content media. AnyClip is confident Quicksilver will continue to drive growth and pave the way for brands to engage customers with relevant and compelling experiences in digital video.

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