President & CEO
Caraeff has long had his fingers in various media pies. Before leading VEVO, he worked for Universal Music’s eLabs, where he handled electronic commerce initiatives, Internet exploitation, and new technology business opportunities worldwide. Before that, he worked in film, TV, games and music for Propaganda Films, various divisions of Sony and Capitol Records.
If that name sounds familiar, it’s probably because he has been all over the press in recent years: Fortune magazine’s “40 under 40” (three years running), Fast Company’s “100 Most Creative People in Business,” Evening Standard’s “London’s Most Influential People” and Vanity Fair’s “The Next Establishment.” Both the LA Times and Digital Media Wire named him one of the top digital executives to watch. We’re watching.