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Jim Lanzone

Jim Lanzone is the founder and CEO of, launched in November 2009, which provides the first comprehensive, unbiased, and structured programming guide for Internet television. Clicker has been named one of the Top 100 Sites of 2010 by PCMagazine, OnMedia’s Top 100 Private Companies, 8 Companies That Are Reinventing Television by Mashable, and 5 Best PC Movie & TV Services by PCWorld. GQ called Clicker the “TVGuide for Internet television.”

Jim is the former CEO of, where he held several executive roles between 2001 and 2008, including SVP of Product Management and GM of US. Before moving to, Lanzone was co-founder and president of, an early website “discovery engine” that was acquired by Ask in May 2001. Jim holds a BA from UCLA and a JD/MBA from Emory University.

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