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July 27, 2015
40 Under 40 Class of 2015
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40 Under 40 Class of 2015

This is the 10th consecutive year that Multichannel News has chosen a class of 40 executives in and around the multichannel-TV universe to bring to our readers’ attention. This class includes impact-makers in traditional sectors — cable networks, cable providers, cable technology firms — and, increasingly, younger men and women entrepreneurs in new categories of content creation, such as studios that provide shows both for pay TV and for online viewers, and marketing and branding agencies.

As always, each member of in the 2015 class falls within the under-40 age demographic. And, as always, we welcome suggestions from readers as we look to shape this new-every-year list in years to come.

Senior Director of Product Strategy & Management, Clearleap
Age: 36

If you’ve ever watched HBO On Demand or streamed Food Network to your PC, then you’ve interacted with ClearFlow, the platform Tim MacGregor oversees as senior director of product management for Clearleap, a provider of multiscreen solutions for the television industry. MacGregor’s strategic vision has helped Clearleap build a successful platform, and his stewardship has helped advance time-shifted and OTT viewing for millions of consumers nationwide.

In almost six years with Clearleap, MacGregor has led development of the ClearFlow platform. His strategic vision and technical savvy have further expanded its functionality into an OTT-centric workflow management powerhouse that processed and delivered millions of real-time highlight clips to the mobile app for one of the nation’s largest professional sports leagues.

MacGregor joined Clearleap in 2009 as it ramped up delivery of its content management and media services. Prior to joining Clearleap, he served as director of content services at KIT Digital (now Piksel). Previously, he was North American creative operations manager at Getty Images. He has also worked as a producer for a bicoastal photography and film management agency and as studio manager and assistant to commercial photographer Clint Clemens.

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