Brad Hunstable founded Ustream in 2007 with a vision to bring video technology to the entire world. Ustream was originally created to connect military service members to family and friends across the world. Since then, the company has evolved into the largest platform for enterprise and media video in the world, with clients including Facebook, NBC, Cisco, Sony, Intuit, NASA and Salesforce. From press conferences and product launches to cultural events and citizen journalism – Ustream’s cloud-based video solutions offer users high-quality streaming capabilities, deep social networking integration, and the scalability to reach millions of viewers.
Brad serves as Ustream’s CEO and has grown the company to serve tens of millions of users globally. He was honored as an influential young leader in San Francisco Business Times’ "40 Under 40", was ranked among the 50 "Digital Power Players" by the Hollywood Reporter and honored as Variety’s Producers Guild of America’s Digital 25: Visionaries, Innovators and Producers. Brad is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point and holds an MBA from The Ohio State University.
Dr. Gyula Feher is Ustream’s founder and chief technology officer. As CTO, Gyula’s primary focus is setting the product and technology strategy, as well as managing the spectrum of overseas development efforts of the Ustream engineering team. His team has built the company’s proprietary Ustream Content Delivery Network (UCDN), Ustream Media Server (UMS), and Ustream TCP Congestion Control Algorithm (UTCP), and they continue to drive the company’s vision through innovation.
Prior to Ustream, Gyula founded and led a former top ten Hungarian web consulting firm, which among other things, created and owned Googlerankings.com. He is based in Budapest, Hungary and his favorite channel is StarCraft II.
Mary Korn is the Chief Financial Officer at Ustream. In her capacity, Mary oversees all of Ustream’s finance and human resource functions.
With nearly 25 years of experience in corporate finance, Mary brings expertise from SaaS, PaaS, networking and consumer products. Her past work experience includes CFO and executive positions at Clickatell, Inc., Bill.com, Healthline Networks, Zephyr Health, OpSource, and Propel Software.
Mary earned a BA in Finance at Marietta College and an MBA from Santa Clara University. She holds a CPA license issued by the State of California and a Certificate in IFRS.
David Gibbons is vice president of marketing, and oversees all demand generation, product marketing, branding, and communications efforts. David is responsible for guiding the visibility and evolution of Ustream’s unique online video solution as it expands to meet the live streaming needs of thousands of broadcasters — from consumers to entertainers, and non-profits to Global 2000 corporations.
Before joining Ustream, David held a management position at video platform company Ooyala. Prior to that, he served as a divisional VP and GM at video and audio technology provider Avid Technology Inc., where he lead product strategy across multiple product lines generating over $300M in annual revenues.
He studied Electronic Engineering at the National University of Ireland and Audio Engineering at Kingston University in London, England.
Anne Ortel is Ustream’s General Counsel, responsible for all legal matters for the company, including managing its Brand Quality Assurance team.
With more than 20 years of experience in the Silicon Valley’s legal industry, Anne brings expertise in the intellectual property, litigation and licensing arenas, and experience advising and managing high-technology companies in numerous legal arenas, both as outside and in-house counsel. Her most recent in-house counsel experience entailed serving as General Counsel for Future US, Inc., a media company, where she successfully won and settled litigation matters, led the company’s transition to digital media platforms, advised on the launch of a proprietary digital publishing platform, advised on, structured and handled complex licensing arrangements, advised on data privacy issues, and handled M&A and corporate & securities matters. Prior in-house counsel positions were at Kaleidescape, Inc., which offers a proprietary media server and related software and services including online content delivery, and at The 3DO Company, which offered a proprietary videogame system, and developed, published and distributed videogame software. As outside counsel, Anne represented a variety of clients in their patent infringement, trade secret misappropriation, copyright infringement, and antitrust lawsuits, and advised numerous clients on various intellectual property, litigation and licensing matters.
Anne received her Juris Doctorate from Santa Clara University’s School of Law in the evening program, working full-time throughout including assisting with several IPO transactions, and received her Bachelor of Arts degree at age 20 from the University of California at Berkeley, triple-majoring in Economics, Political Science, and East Asian Languages and Literature.