SVP, Technology, Music Choice

Jeremy Rosenberg is Senior Vice President of Technology for MUSIC CHOICE, the world's most progressive music network, that broadcasts digital music channels to cable & satellite television, broadband, and cell phones. He is a founding member of the management team. Jeremy helps to guide Music Choice's exploitation of Technology as well as stake out new Intellectual Property for Music Choice.

Jeremy oversaw the technical set up of the MUSIC CHOICE service. He was instrumental in the launch and set-up of Music Choice Europe. Rosenberg also initiated and negotiated the creation of Latin American business affiliations for Music Choice. Rosenberg was also a key member of the team that developed MY MUSIC CHOICE, a customized music service for digital cable homes that allows users to build personalized music channels by choosing from thousands of options.

Before joining Music Choice, Rosenberg held finance positions at General Instrument, the top cable equipment supplier, now Motorola. Jeremy was integral in launching GI's pay-per-view service, Cable Video Store (CVS) in 1985, where he oversaw all finance and broadcast operations , and which assisted General Instrument in taking 20 points of market share from Scientific Atlanta.

Rosenberg is a member of the Technical and Advanced Media Committees of The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, as well as The Society of Satellite Professionals International (SSPI) and has spoken on an array of pertinent issues in the cable and music industry including conferences such as "Digital Distribution in the Music Industry," among others. Driven by passion, Rosenberg is extremely active within the industry. Rosenberg has also served as a consultant to Motorola's Broadband Communications Sector on productizing R&D as well as having served as the CFO of Visible World, which enables broadcast advertising to be customized by household , and where he managed a pre-revenue financing round in 2003.

Jeremy Rosenberg earned an MBA degree from IMD in Lausanne, Switzerland, has completed Master's coursework in Physics and Math from St. John's College and has a B .S. in Economics and Decision Sciences from the Wharton School of Business.