/// Allen DeBevoise
Allen DeBevoise, Chairman and Founder of Machinima
Allen DeBevoise is a Co-Founder of Machinima, Inc. and serves as its Chairman. Mr. DeBevoise founded MiTu, Inc. in 2012. Mr. DeBevoise serves as an Advisor of TreatFeed, Inc. He joined The MiTu Network as an Advisor and Investor. Mr. DeBevoise has more than 20 years experience in the multimedia and interactive business. Mr. DeBevoise served as Chief Executive Officer of Machinima, Inc. until March 31, 2014. He served as the President and Chief Executive Officer of TCI Interactive (Formerly the Internet investment vehicle of TeleCommunication Inc.). At TCI, he executed investments in Sportsline, iVillage and Interzine. He was the Founder of Movie Magic Technologies (formerly Creative Planet). He served as the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Studio Systems, Inc. He served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Interactive Communications. He served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of GoodStory.com. He served as Technical Director and Creative Director at Robert Abel & Associates. He has been Member of Advisory Board at Kiosked Ltd. since January 30, 2014. He serves as a Director of StyleHaul, DanceOn, Mitu, InDMusic, Inc., Tubular Labs, Inc. He serves as a Director of iVillage, Sportsline, Creative Planet, TMZ and HauteLook. He served as Outside Director of LowerMyBills, Inc. and True/Slant. He served a Director of Dealer.com, Incorporated. He has been engaged on the leading edge in the digital media / interactive arena for over 30 years including working on the first uses of computer animation in entertainment (“Tron”), the first interactive video on the Mac (“Guernica”), the first interactive television trial (Time Warner Orlando) and the first broadband cable Internet prototype (“@Home”). He pursued his passion for early stage companies as an investor. He was on the Hollywood Reporter’s Digital Power List 2009 and on Digital Media Wire’s 2010 List of “25 Executives to Watch.” Mr. DeBevoise holds a B.A. in Mathematics and an M.S. in Computer Science both from the University of Pennsylvania.