Seth Haberman

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Seth Haberman (born, NYC NY Jan 11, 1960) is the founder of VisibleWorld, a developer of viewer-customized television advertising. .[1]

Prior to founding Visible World, Seth was founder of Montage Group, where he invented and licensed seminal non-linear editing technologies to all of the leading manufacturers of non-linear editing systems (such as Avid and FinalCut Pro). Montage’s innovative work developing its "MServer" software earned an Academy Award for technological achievement in 1987, an Emmy Award in 1993 for "Enabling Technology for Non-Linear Editing Systems Using Digital Images and Sounds", shared with EMC [2] among others.

He has been Chair of the Video Gaming and Technology awards panel for the National Television Academy, which awards the Technology Emmy awards. [3]

He earned a BA in physics and Computer Science in 1981 from Columbia College, Columbia University.

References[edit]

  1. ^ New York Times
  2. ^ list of awards
  3. ^ National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Outstanding Achievement in Technical/Engineering Development Awards Emmy Online list