As the Head of Business Products, Jason Fiber oversees the global deployment of business-to-business software with a focus on improving audio and video experiences across media consumption markets. Previously, Jason was the President and Founder of Audio Rover, LLC, a multi-faceted digital media entertainment company and the parent company to independent record label Superfecta Recordings and online retailer The Ideal Copy. Audio Rover offers consulting services to businesses working to establish a footprint in the ever-evolving music landscape and guidance to musicians seeking direction in the entertainment industry. Jason was also President of Cordless Recordings, Warner Music Group’s ‘eLabel’ – the first such initiative of its kind among the major record labels – leveraging online and mobile communications technologies to support musicians of every genre and career stage. Earlier in his career, he worked as the Vice President of Internet Services at Wherehouse Music, a leader in entertainment retailing, where he created and expanded the company’s online retail business and oversaw the development of in-store, digital music sampling stations. Jason also created and produced an Internet-based, weekly music talk show, “The Wherehouse Lounge.” Before joining Wherehouse, Jason was a producer and project manager for the entertainment group at the web development agency BoxTop Interactive/iXL, producing websites for recording artists Rage Against the Machine and Alanis Morissette and brands such as Guess Clothing and UPN. From 1993-1996, he held the lead management role at World Domination Recordings, an independent label subsidiary of Capitol Records, and he began his career in the A&R department at Epic Records. Jason is a founding member of the National Association of Recording Merchandisers’ (NARM) Online Retailing Committee. A frequent speaker at leading music industry events, he has also been a spokesperson for the music industry in USA Today, Fast Company, Financial Times, The Los Angeles Times and Billboard. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Communications from the University of California at Santa Barbara.