Jim Long

CEO
Didja

Jim Long is CEO of Didja, Inc. a streaming TV platform & consumer apps company focused on the virtual antenna TV market (LocalBTV).  Jim is currently is on the Boards of Rev Genomics (Genetic engineering of high value crops); CrowdSpots (Big Data Crowd Sourcing) and Pops Worldwide (Vietnam based Youtube MCN).   Just prior to Didja, Jim was a Partner with Gabriel Ventures. Jim has many years of experience and success in building businesses in the high technology industry, as well as in developing new technologies and patents for the Internet and PC environments.  He has been a co-founder or CEO in such companies as Veritas (IPO: VRTS), Ruckus Wireless (IPO: RKUS), Starlight Networks (invented "Streaming" and sold to Picturetel), Linkware (sold to Ungermann-Bass) and RioPort (Digital Music pioneer merged with Ecast).  Jim has been an angel investor or adviser or part-time exec to others such as Chegg (IPO: CHGG), TiMetra (sold to Alcatel), Applied Microcircuits (IPO:AMCC) and Jibe Networks (sold to Citrix).  Previously Jim worked for Adler Ventures, Hewlett Packard (invented world's first presentation graphics program) and BCG and received a BS:EECS from UC-Berkeley and an MBA from Harvard.



 

 

Streaming Media West 2019