Tiran Kiremidjian specializes in strategic development for digital and traditional media companies. Prior to joining Interpersonal Frequency, Mr. Kiremidjian advised and helped raise capital for Internet start-ups in a number of verticals, including advertising technology (MediaMath and MediaSixDegrees), video publishing (magnify.net), photo-sharing (fliki.com) and real estate (condo.com).
Mr. Kiremidjian started his career in the Mergers and Acquisitions Group at Bear, Stearns & Co. Inc. and later became a partner in a $125 million European private equity group backed by the Estee Lauder Family. The fund launched CETV, the largest TV network in Central Europe, and developed the American Business Center at Checkpoint Charlie comprising five blocks in central Berlin, among other investments.
Mr. Kiremidjian has also had extensive experience in media in Asia. He played a leading role in launching Formasa TV, Taiwan’s first private TV broadcast channel that quickly became #1 in the country, and advised numerous private equity groups on media investments in the region. In 2005, he co-founded with Mark Palmer SignalOne, a $5.0 million venture to explore launching Arabic TV channels in the Middle East. Mr. Kiremidjian graduated the University of Chicago with a B.A. in Economics.