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Robert  Millet

Robert Millet

Nooji, Inc.
Co-Founder and CEO
San Francisco, CA, USA


Robert Millet has successfully worked for over 25 years as a senior executive in technology, media and marketing.

Robert is currently Co-Founder & CEO of Nooji, a technology company based in San Francisco. Nooji’s focus is aggregating and curating high-engagement media content for messaging platforms and other popular apps, creating destination inventory that can attract users in large numbers and, in turn, significant advertising and e-commerce revenues.

Robert’s expertise spans from start-up and early-stage advising through strategic planning and corporate development. He has collaborated with large partners such as AT&T, Microsoft, Intel, Salesforce, HP, Comcast and the Governments of Taiwan and China. As an Advisor to senior management and the business development team at Tango, a messaging app based in Mountain View, CA, Robert established key partnerships with movie studios, talent agencies and media companies.

Robert was a Founder and VP of Business Development for Mainframe Entertainment, a Vancouver CGI Animation studio, which he helped grow to over 300 employees in a joint venture with Hasbro. Mainframe developed franchises that included “Transformers” and “Reboot” for global syndication and generated ancillary merchandise revenue as well. He was instrumental in taking Mainframe (MFE) public on the Vancouver exchange, raising over $150 million. Robert was also one of the Principals and Founders of CTVN (Computer Television Network), a 24-hour cable television network focused on the Internet, gaming and technology (acquired by Ziff Davis and subsequently Comcast.)

Robert started his career at MTV/Viacom. As VP Business Development, he worked closely with Mark Burnett, the creator and executive producer of reality TV franchises such as Apprentice, Survivor and The Voice. Robert is a graduate of UCLA.

Robert Millet is associated with the following items:
Web Segment  Web Segment Media's Transformation – Over-the-Top Content (OTT), Multi-Channel Networks (MCNs) & Mobile-Driven Video - Counseling Clients in the Entertainment Industry 2017 – Overview of Entertainment Law Issues; Television, Video & User-Generated Content; Media's Transformation – OTTs, MCNs & Mobile-Driven Video; Theater, Wednesday, March 01, 2017
MP3 Audio  MP3 Audio Media's Transformation – Over-the-Top Content (OTT), Multi-Channel Networks (MCNs) & Mobile-Driven Video - Media's Transformation – Over-the-Top Content (OTT), Multi-Channel Networks (MCNs) & Mobile-Driven Video, Wednesday, March 01, 2017
Transcripts  Transcripts Media's Transformation – Over-the-Top Content (OTT), Multi-Channel Networks (MCNs) & Mobile-Driven Video - Media's Transformation – Over-the-Top Content (OTT), Multi-Channel Networks (MCNs) & Mobile-Driven Video, Wednesday, March 01, 2017
MP4 - Mobile Video Seg  MP4 - Mobile Video Seg Media's Transformation – Over-the-Top Content (OTT), Multi-Channel Networks (MCNs) & Mobile-Driven Video - Media's Transformation – Over-the-Top Content (OTT), Multi-Channel Networks (MCNs) & Mobile-Driven Video, Wednesday, March 01, 2017
On-Demand Web Programs  On-Demand Web Programs Counseling Clients in the Entertainment Industry 2017 – Overview of Entertainment Law Issues; Television, Video & User-Generated Content; Media's Transformation – OTTs, MCNs & Mobile-Driven Video; Theater, Wednesday, March 08, 2017, New York, NY
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