Tim Murray has a passion for the digital world and loves helping clients, from start-ups to enterprises, solve complex business challenges in the programmatic space. He started his career at the San Francisco Chronicle/SFGate.com and then moved to The New York Times. At The New York Times, he worked with marketers from Microsoft, Charles Schwab, Intel, and Cisco to help them engage audiences across display, mobile, and video. He then spent seven years at AOL as part of CEO Tim Armstrong's award-winning sales organization that helped transform the business into a digital powerhouse. During his time with AOL, the company acquired and integrated well-known brands like Ad.com, Huffington Post, Adapt.TV, Gravity, and Convetro. In March 2015, Murray left AOL and joined the fast-growing programmatic platform company Chango, which was acquired by Rubicon Project two days after he arrived. At Rubicon Project, Murray continues to lead strategies in mobile, video, and native across the programmatic space.