David Rosen Consultants works with major U.S. and international for-profit corporations and non-profit organizations, entrepreneurs, start-up ventures and independent media makers. Our business-development expertise has been employed in movies, online social commerce, cloud computing, real estate, fitness and a 24-volume e-book series.
David Rosen is a media and technology executive with 25 years professional experience. He launched worldwide the first CD-ROM system and served on the management teams taking two media-tech companies public, one in data visualization, the other wireless video. David Rosen Consultants clients include the Consumers Union, Fujitsu, KQED/SF, Screentakes, Smithsonian, Tucker Investments, Tydas, WNET/NY and the Weather Channel.
David served on the boards of the Independent Television Service (ITVS, treasurer) and Film Arts Foundation, was an advisor to MoMA’s Video Collection and a consultant to the Ford, Rockefeller, Johnson and Benton Foundations as well as to Rep. Richard Gephardt.
David is author of Off-Hollywood: The Making & Marketing of Independent Films, commissioned by Sundance and the Independent Feature Project (IFP). He writes about media, technology and public policy for AlterNet, The Brooklyn Rail, CounterPunch, Filmmaker, Huffington Post and IndieWire. He has also written for Cyber Security, FilmInFocus, Foundation News, Hollywood Reporter, Harvard-Neiman Watchdog, San Francisco Focus and Red Herring online. He lives in New York City.