Kathryn is the CEO of VirtualArts.tv, turning the performing arts into an interactive, global event. She has been a professional actor for more than 20 years, has worked in online video since its beginnings in 2006 and live-streaming since its inception in 2007. She has a B.S. in Theater from Northwestern University and recently served as Vice-President for Branded and Sponsored Entertainment for online video start-up For Your Imagination, creating video campaigns for brands like Panasonic and Dice.com. Kathryn’s extensive background in theater, online video, social media and internet marketing has inspired her to create a number of first of their kind live streamed video events, including Better Left Unsaid Tv, the first of its kind, interactive live stream play. The final weekend of BLU performances was watched by over 50,000 unique viewers from around the world. Previous projects include 35, the first web drama to stream live over the internet. 35 was covered by The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Mashable and blogs worldwide, Women Respond to Palin , the first of its kind live webathon which had 17,000 unique views over the 8 hour webathon, and The Crabbo and Jabbo Show, a live interactive talk show. Kathryn is a new-media consultant, and has spoken about online video and social media at conferences and meet-ups throughout the United States. VirtualArtsTV is currently presenting the WiredArts Fest, the first live-streamed performing arts festival.
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