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Dick is a Strategic Partner with Rosenzweig & Company in its New York City office. With more than 35 years of experience in the music and interactive industries, Dick acts as a bridge between the technology and entertainment industries — providing digital business and marketing strategy, content acquisition and licensing, access to key relationships, and product development. Previously he was GM Business Development for TAG Strategic, a digital entertainment consulting firm.
He served as President, Media Development & Chief Content Officer for Nellymoser, an early provider of rich media mobile apps and helped pioneer the digital music business during his years as SVP, Content Development, at Liquid Audio, Inc., playing an integral role in the company’s 1999 IPO, and was responsible for managing music business development, label relations, affiliate management & music programming. He has also served as President, Content & Programming for DTM, Inc., an interactive systems provider for in-store delivery of digital products for clients including McDonald’s & 7-11.
Dick’s experience in the record industry includes positions as SVP, Marketing, Arista Records (BMG); SVP, A&R, PolyGram Records; Director, Talent Acquisition, Epic Records; and Director, Product Management, Columbia Records.
He was one of the earliest music industry supporters of digital interactive media in the early 90’s, helping to develop the i-Station, the first networked, interactive music-previewing kiosk for record stores.
He has spoken at industry events, including: SXSW, CTIA, Digital Hollywood, Digital Music Forum, Billboard Live, Jupiter Plug-In, CMJ, Midem, Bear Stearns, Credit Suisse, Business Week & CDO Summit conferences. He has been featured in the NY Times Sunday Business section, the Los Angeles Times, and quoted in the Wall Street Journal, Time, USA Today, The NY Times Magazine and Billboard Magazine.