Posted on January 13, 2023 in
Anne Schelle is Managing Director of Pearl TV, a business organization of 8 broadcast TV companies investing in forward-looking opportunities including NEXTGEN TV (ATSC 3.0). Anne has more than two decades of wireless and media industry experience.
Anne was founder and President of APS Connext LLC, providing senior-level advisory to some of the nation’s largest public media companies. She served previously as senior advisor to the NAB and as Executive Director of the Open Mobile Video Coalition. Anne was also a founding management team member for several companies, including the nation’s first commercial digital cellular network American Personal Communications, dba Sprint Spectrum, and xDSL Networks. She is a past venture partner and CEO of Acta Wireless.
Anne serves currently as board chair of the ATSC 3.0 Security Alliance (A3SA), as well as a board member of WYPR, Maryland’s Public Radio Station, and the Wise Giving Alliance, Give.org. She formerly served on the Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC) Board, as Vice Chairman of the Mobile Marketing Association’s North American Board, founding Chair of its video committee, and as a founding member of the advisory board of the Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering for Professionals.
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