Friday, December 2, 2011
Justin F. Beckett is the Founder and CEO of Muse Media Inc. and represents over 20 years of diverse entrepreneurial management experience.
Mr. Beckett has been focused on the Internet and technology sectors for the past 10 years and between 2000 and 2008 he launched and successfully exited three Internet based entertainment companies.
Mr. Beckett is the Founder and previous Chairman and CEO of Fluid Music Inc. an internet-based music services company which he led from inception in 2004 to its successful IPO in 2008.
Before founding Fluid Music, Mr. Beckett was the Founder of SkillJam Technologies, a leading casual gaming company, which he led from its inception in 2001 to the company’s sale to Liberty Media subsidiary Fun Technologies in 2004.
He was previously the Founder and CEO of Music Gaming Inc, which he led from its inception in 2000 until the company’s sale to Intermix/MySpace in 2001.
Prior to his focus on the Internet and technology sectors, Mr. Beckett was the Executive Vice President of Sloan Financial Group, a diversified financial services firm.
Mr. Beckett is also a board member of Fluid Music, Aptilon, Kangaroo Media, GNO Healthcare Services and Consonus Technologies, Inc.
Mr. Beckett received his Bachelor of Arts from Duke University.
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Dori J. Maynard: A Legacy of Fierce Love (March 3, 2015)
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