NEW YORK, March 20, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- 15 Seconds of Fame, Inc. (15SOF) today announced the appointment of Alix Cottrell as Chief Operating Officer. Cottrell, who previously held senior positions at Time Warner Cable, Comcast and AOL, will report directly to CEO Brett Joshpe.
Cottrell will lead operations of the company, focusing on revenue growth and product development. She also will drive new strategic partnerships and utilize her extensive expertise in building video and mobile apps to ensure that 15SOF can scale to accommodate increases in demand for its revolutionary technology and social media platform.
An industry innovator in end-to-end customer experiences, Cottrell served as the leader of video for Time Warner Cable. At the Fortune 150 telecommunications company, she was responsible for all aspects of the video experience for its millions of residential customers.
"Alix's history with serving consumers at scale will benefit our users as she oversees our current and future product development," said Joshpe. "She will play an integral role in expanding the capabilities of our proprietary technology and creating an experience unlike any other in the marketplace."
15SOF Chairman Bruce Cohen added, "We are very fortunate to have Alix join our team as she possesses a unique skill set that will be invaluable to our growth as we become an everyday part of consumers' lives and memories."
With more than two decades of experience, Cottrell has a proven track record of launching award-winning consumer products. She is an industry-recognized expert and was named one of the "Most Innovative People in Multiscreen" in March 2016 by Multichannel News.
About 15 Seconds of Fame: 15SOF – The Future of Memories™ – is the first and only social media content provider that uses proprietary, breakthrough technology to deliver shareable fan video moments at live events directly to their mobile devices. To join the 15SOF community, download the 15SOF app using iTunes or Google Play, follow @15SOF or visit 15sof.com.
SOURCE 15 Seconds of Fame