Po.et, the fraud-fighting, licensing registry for digital content on the blockchain, announced Tuesday, Feb 13, the appointment of Jarrod Dicker as CEO. Dicker will oversee product development, engineering, and strategy for the Po.et platform and brings a wealth of experience from his career in the publishing industry focused on helping legacy media corporations transition into the digital age, says the company. He will also manage development and strategy for the Frost API, allowing Po.et publishers and content creators to easily manage their creative assets.
Board member of the Po.et Foundation Tyler Evans stated, “Jarrod’s unique vision enables him to drive creative, scalable products and evangelize innovation. We look forward to his enthusiasm for media and track record of building cutting-edge technology for publishers to Po.et.”
Dicker has a notable history of supporting innovation in his personal life and throughout his career – his experience in the publishing industry includes a stint at Time Inc. where he led the emerging products division of the Huffington Post and developed original native advertising strategies, as well as a future content management system. Before joining Po.et, Dicker also served as Vice President of Innovation and Commercial Strategy at The Washington Post.
In addition to his new role at Po.et, Dicker also supports a Carnegie Mellon program promoting social advertising in publishing and sits on the Board of Advisors for Rutgers University Center for Innovation Education and MOGUL Inc.
Dicker stated, “At Po.et, I plan to leverage my experience across media, education and corporate America to elevate this platform as the standard for digital content ownership rights. I enjoy the challenge of new opportunities and enjoy implementing disruptive technology to make positive changes for companies across digital programs.”
To learn more about the Po.et platform, visit https://www.po.et/.