StreamGuard

StreamGuard is a technology company that has developed a Utility Patented Technology for controlling bandwidth consumption by preventing third parties from stealing, redistributing, and rebroadcasting multimedia streams.


One might wonder why we don’t see more streaming of live events on a paid basis. The reason is because these content providers cannot prevent people from sharing credentials or hijacking and rebroadcasting the streams. This drives the content provider’s bandwidth costs through the roof and turns an otherwise profitable show into a financial disaster.


StreamGuard’s technology prevents credential sharing, stream hacking, middleman attacks and guarantees an artist or producer that each “view” is paid for and that they are only billed for bandwidth that is generated from those paying customers. It further ensures that pirates cannot redistribute access to the streaming servers overloading them, such as occurs on live streams from TIDAL music streaming, the Grammys, and many others.

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Executive Leadership

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Founder and CEO Joe Tremols brings a comprehensive knowledge and experience across a range of skills inclusive of computer and mechanical systems, aerospace maintenance, military service, theatrical production, minerals and commodities. He envisioned and designed what would become TiltedGlobe Technology while attending the University of Wyoming for Mechanical Engineering and Stage Design. Being introduced to computer and server systems at an early age to later designing and constructing competition robotic systems, Joe has always been immersed in learning as much as he can about computers and how they operate. With his key experiences in founding, organizing, funding, and operating theatrical productions combined with a passion for computers and technology. Joe was able to design the system for Enabling a Virtual Theatre and Secure Non-Broadcast Streaming. The 6-year aerospace maintenance veteran of the WYANG was recognized by USAF Air Education and Training Command for "Best of the Best" performance & outstanding leadership as well as completing what is still considered the largest Eagle Scout project ever undertaken in South Florida.

Chief  Executive Officer

Joe Tremols

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James Daley has worked with a number of international technology startups and brought their products to market including Open English. Open English is a leader in English Language Learning in Latin America. Providing individuals and corporate clients in emerging markets worldwide. The company has offered its online classes to over 500,000 students across Latin America, Brazil and the United States. Featured in the Wall Street, CNN, and NBC, the company has raised over 120 million dollars in funding. Open English is the fifth most valuable Education Technology company in the world with locations in Miami, Bogota, Buenos Aires, Caracas, and Sao Paolo. He is also currently the Chief Product Officer at Sears Holdings helping to Innovate the future of Sears by developing a more connected consumer experience. 

Chief Technical Officer

James Daley

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Mr. Maerz has senior experience in the entertainment and corporate finance industries, dating back to 1980. He Completed Law School in 1980 at Woodrow Wilson College of Law. After law school Maerz worked on Wall Street for several New York Stock Exchange member investment Bank Broker-Dealers: Harris Financial corporation and Legg Mason Wood and Walker. After leaving Wall Street Maerz served as Chairman and CEO of MSH Entertainment ( MSHE OTCBB). Maerz took MSH public  and raised substantial capital inclusive of a capital infusion and investment from Intel. Maerz grew MSH into multi media company with television shows and music and positioned it to be bought by a notable NASDAQ listed Animation Company. After MSH Maerz created his own investment banking consulting company and overtime has been involved with many companies assisting them with reorganizations mergers acquisitions recapitalizations IPOs inclusive of five different reverse merger transactions. Over his career he has assisted with the facilitation of in excess of $500 million dollars in financing transactions. These transactions were for both public and private companies across multi-industries from food, real estate, environmental, oil, media and technology. 

Chief Strategy Officer

Robert Maerz

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Alice P. Neuhauser has a broad range of entertainment experience in financial management, establishment and oversight of corporate, legal and accounting procedures, and business development and strategic planning. From successfully developing a major commercial real estate project to assisting lenders in maximizing the value of distressed assets to managing the day-to-day operations of independent film companies, Ms. Neuhauser has demonstrated entrepreneurial success in maximizing effort and investment by finding opportunities to utilize both existing studio structures and independent constructs. Over the course of her career, Ms. Neuhauser has managed project financing for motion pictures ranging in budget from $2 million to $100 million each, totaling over half a billion dollars. Such financings included some of the largest independently financed pictures including Terminator 2 (starring Arnold Schwarzenegger) and Cliffhanger (starring Sylvester Stallone). More recently, Ms. Neuhauser coordinated the bank financing of produced pictures including Oscar-nominated 3:10 to Yuma (starring Russell Crowe), The Forbidden Kingdom (with Jackie Chan and Jet Li), The Bank Job, Brothers, A Perfect Getaway, Nine, Spy Next Door, Dear John, Season of the Witch, The Fighter (starring Christian Bale and Mark Wahlberg), Limitless (starring Bradley Cooper), Haywire, The Immortals, Mirror, Mirror (starring Julia Roberts), 21 & Over, Movie 43, Safe Haven and Out of the Furnace. Ms. Neuhauser also managed two $100 million revolving film production credit facilities with two separate syndicates of banks, which helped finance such movies as Basic Instinct (starring Michael Douglas and Sharon Stone) and Total Recall (starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sharon Stone).Looking for opportunities to capitalize on businesses that support film production, Ms. Neuhauser developed a $100 million motion picture and television production facility from concept through 100% utilization. With Roy Disney’s Shamrock Holdings as investment partner, the first full-service production facility in Los Angeles in over 50 years was created. This 22-1/2 acre studio lot includes 14 state-of-the-art sound states, eight production buildings, a commissary, a four-story office building, and a parking garage. Current tenants include James Cameron’s Avatar 2 and Avatar 3. Hands-on, Ms. Neuhauser’s efforts included developing the financing model and working with prospective investors, tenants and lenders, managing construction of the project and on-site coordination of final move-in by the tenants. Prior to the bankruptcy of Carolco Pictures, she coordinated the preparation of the due diligence materials, including among other things chain of title for the development projects and produced pictures, sales and availabilities for the licensing of the produced pictures and an abbreviated library valuation. Ultimately, through various negotiated assets sales she returned a remarkable 100% of senior bond and trade debt of Carolco Pictures Inc. after its bankruptcy, exceeding investment banker projections by over 100%.Ms. Neuhauser continues to manage the sequel/remakes rights and development properties for the former Carolco, working with producers to turn them into new motion pictures and television series.

Chief Financial Officer

Alice Neuhauser

Mr. Theiss has more than thirty years of professional experience serving in key senior executive management positions and advisory roles with well known legacy and digital media brands. He is an outside-the-box thinker who enjoys building new business models designed to help shape the future success of his clients. For the last fourteen years, Charles has leveraged research, analytics and industry insights to create value for his clients. He established a two-tiered business consulting practice with a focus on integrated media solutions. These assignments range from a concentration on business development, strategic alliances and escalating advertising sales revenue. He has developed and implemented highly successful new business assignments with his structured and disciplined approach. Driving a deal to execution not only requires identifying a critical sequence of activitiesandmilestones, but also lining up the resources and tools to achieve them. His client experience includes Fox Interactive Media, CBS Television Station Group, OK Magazine, Singularity University, WeatherNation, MAVTV, The Sportsnetwork, The College Board, Lucas Oil, The Fred Rogers Company, RightMedia, KlowdTV, Screenvision Cinema Network, The Film Detective, V-Me Television, Real Savvy Moms, and others. Serving as a senior executive with well known media organizations, he launched the wireless platform “CNN Everywhere”, re-launched the CBS Television Station’s digital platform, developed Looksmart’s “Find Articles”, reorganized Lycos’ advertising sales organization, and re-launched the MavTV brand and network. At CNN, he served as Senior Vice President of television advertising sales and was promoted to manage CNN’s Digital advertising sales, business development and ad operations. He has held senior leadership positions with Terra Lycos, Looksmart, and FX overseeing their business development and advertising sales. He began his career working in the advertising agency business, moving into cable network affiliate relations and advertising sales at Group W Satellite Communications. Charles graduated Magna Cum Laude from Iona College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science and economics.
 

Chief Business Development Officer

Charles F. Theiss

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