Videon Names Tricia Iboshi as CEO, Expands Senior Marketing and Sales Team

Videon has appointed Tricia Iboshi, previously Chief Operating Officer at Videon, as Chief Executive Officer and the addition of several senior marketing, operations, and sales leadership hires to its rapidly growing team. Todd Erdley remains the Founder, President, and Chairman.

Tricia Iboshi

“Tricia has already made a huge impact at Videon and I’m excited to be announcing her appointment as CEO. She has invaluable experience building fast-growth companies in the video space and shares our vision for achieving success hand-in-hand with a culture of strong team, customer, and industry partnerships,” says Erdley. “We’re ready to bring our transformative technology to more customers and partners globally, and we’ve got the right team to be successful. I would also like to thank our former CEO, Rob Green, for his contribution in taking us through our funding round and wish him all the best in his future endeavors.”

Videon recently completed its $7.3 million Series A funding round and has assembled a senior team with deep experience leading many of the most well-recognized brands across the video technology market. The new appointments will help accelerate global uptake of the company’s unique video compute platform. Videon technology brings cloud functions to the point that video is created, boosting the reliability and quality of streaming while reducing costs and latency. It already powers live streaming for sports, news, emergency services, and houses of worship across more than 19 countries.

Iboshi brings over 20 years of experience in developing and managing cross-functional teams to drive exponential growth. She has a proven track record in achieving key strategic business objectives for companies including Blackarrow, Make.TV, and LTN Global. Tricia will be driving Videon in its next phase of growth.

“Videon is transforming the market for live video making it possible for anyone to stream broadcast-quality content. We remove traditional expensive broadcast industry hardware and technical resource barriers,” says Iboshi. “I’m excited to be leading a fantastic and growing go-to-market team and look forward to working closely with our partners to deliver our game-changing technology to more broadcasters, content creators, and video developers worldwide.”

Ken Ruck joins as VP of Commercial Operations & Sales. Ruck has led several successful start-ups including Linus ASX: LNU, Flash Networks, Oberon Media, and Hemisphere Interactive. He has also spearheaded emerging divisions of major media companies such as Viacom, Turner, Virgin, and Kodak. Before joining Videon, he served as the Principle of Product for Amazon Live, launching the company’s shoppable and AI-enabled live video platform and building it to $500 million in annual revenues. Ruck will lead Videon’s sales and sales operations.

Chance Mason joins as VP of Strategic Accounts. He has a successful track record in building and delivering game-changing sales and marketing strategies for industry players like Piksel, Qumu, and Haivision. Mason will drive key strategic accounts and partnerships for Videon.

Richard Carreon joins as Senior Director, Marketing. He brings his deep experience in driving adoption for new category creations, creating performance marketing campaigns, and corporate marketing for ad tech, martech, and video platforms. Carreon will lead Videon’s global marketing and communications, driving new product adoption and customer growth.

Tucker Snedeker joins as Senior Sales Executive. He is a seasoned revenue development and channel sales professional with a track record in starting and growing new businesses at both emerging growth companies and established enterprises, including Brightcove, TV Guide, Adobe, and AirCastLive. Snedeker brings his experience in OTT video delivery and architecture, streaming video services, and cloud video platforms. Tucker will play a key role in driving new sales and supporting the global Videon channel.

“After completing the funding, I realized I needed to take a step back and recharge my batteries,” says Rob Green, former CEO at Videon. “I fully support and believe in the management team and the direction of the company.”