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Peter Csathy is president and CEO of Sorenson Media. A 20-year digital media veteran, Csathy most recently served as CEO of Internet video company SightSpeed, Inc., where he oversaw all aspects of the company's business. Csathy engineered the company's successful acquisition by Logitech, Inc. in late 2008.
Previously, Csathy served as president and COO of digital music leader Musicmatch, Inc., where he was responsible for driving the company's distribution and content strategies, managing strategic partnerships, and overseeing the company's business development, sales, legal and finance activities. Yahoo! acquired Musicmatch in 2004. Prior to Musicmatch, Csathy served as COO of eNow, Inc. (later Relegence), a subscription-based technology company delivering breaking news and information. AOL acquired Relegence in 2006.
Csathy also previously served as a senior vice president at Universal Studios and held executive positions at New Line Cinema and Savoy Pictures. In these roles, Csathy drove strategic distribution, marketing and technology partnerships, international joint ventures, and acquisitions. Csathy received his J.D. from the Harvard Law School, and his B.A., summa cum laude, in political science from the University of Minnesota.