STERLING, VA—Former AOL executive Fred Singer has been named CEO of Anystream, the on demand video company.
Singer is a partner with Softbank Capital, which, along with SCP Partners, has invested more than $44 million in Anystream. Singer will leave the venture firm, several board seats to take the Anystream position.
Singer has been interim CEO since March. Anystream closed an $8 million third round the same month.
Singer was a co-founder of the Washington Post Online Service and a senior VP at AOL, where he was chief operating officer of its AOLStudios/Interactive Services.
Anystream’s enterprise software delivers some of the world’s most popular content to Web, VOD and Live Streaming delivery platforms, including content from NFL Films, Fox Sports, MLB.com, the Washington Redskins and the Nebraska Cornhuskers.
On the Web: www.anystream.com
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