Yale “OpTix” entrepreneurs and advisors (from left): Ugo DeBlasi, Debayan Gupta, Vela-Susan Park, Derrick Gomez, Jock Spivy, Stu Rohrer
HealthiNation network startup team (from left): Brendan Anderer, Scott Schappell, Stu Rohrer, John Piccone, Holly Atkinson MD
SRmedia Digital specializes in digital publications and distribution systems, with deep experience in print to digital conversions, digital-first original products, and video on demand.
Founded in 2011, the company draws on the industry experience of its principal consultant, Stuart Rohrer, the producer of groundbreaking services at The Washington Post, The New York Times Company, Prodigy, Ogilvy & Mather Interactive, News Corp. and Cablevision’s Rainbow Media, among many others.
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Founder and executive producer Stu Rohrer began his career as an editor at The Washington Post, where he worked in the Style section and later produced the newspaper’s first online edition. That experience led to producer and executive roles over three decades at The New York Times Company, News Corp., and Cablevision as the digital revolution engulfed newspapers, magazines, radio and television. He founded SRmedia Digital in 2011.
Stu graduated from Yale College, where he was editor of The New Journal, and earned his M.B.A. at UCLA’s Anderson School of Management. He served as mentor at the Yale Entrepreneurial Institute, advisor to Informed Patients Institute, which tracks the quality of U.S. healthcare, and taught “Video on the Web” to TV majors at Montclair State University. He is the publisher of Poor Stuart’s Guide, tracking the best arts and entertainment in an on-demand world, and lives in New York City.