Tech Summit

Marc DeBevoise


Marc DeBevoise is an accomplished leader with wide-ranging experience in the direct-to-consumer, media, and technology industries. Marc recently led the global streaming, digital, and technology strategies and operations of ViacomCBS (now Paramount Global) as its Chief Digital Officer and CEO & President of CBS Interactive. During Marc’s leadership tenure, the company became a major player in direct-to-consumer streaming and a leading global Internet company, primarily driven by the founding and evolution of its streaming services, including Paramount+. Earlier in his career, Marc held executive positions at Starz and NBCUniversal and started his career in media and technology as an investment banker at Hambrecht & Quist and JPMorgan.

Marc also currently serves as the Vice Chairman and President of Argus Capital Corp., a tech-enabled-media focused special purpose acquisition corporation and Board President of The Door, a non-profit organization supporting at-risk youth in NYC.

Marc received his M.B.A. with distinction in Entertainment, Media & Technology, and Finance from New York University’s Stern School of Business and his B.A. in Economics and Computer Science from Tufts University.



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Audiences today have a mind-boggling amount of choices when it comes to video, which is great…as long as you’re delivering a flawless experience that keeps them immersed, engaged, and viewing your content. Fortunately, there’s a company that has won, not one, but two Technology and Engineering Emmy Awards for our patented video technology–a company that organizations like SXSW rely on when everything has to work flawlessly. (That would be us.)