RawVoice is proud to announce that RawVoice CIO Angelo Mandato has been elected chair of the recently formed Association for Downloadable Media “Measurement” committee.
Angelo’s experience with podcast media measurements is well established. His two years of experience with new media measurements will be of great value to the association as he steers the measurement committee with the goal of working with other companies and podcasters in the space to solidify measurement reporting standards.
Since joining RawVoice in August of 2005, Angelo has developed the RawVoice Generator and the RawVoice Statistics media measurement application. The RawVoice Statistics package is currently being used for podcast media measurement for independent advertising reporting. His excellent analytical skills help him resolve issues arising in the new media space. Angelo is a seasoned web developer, programmer and network administrator with exceptional knowledge of network software and web development.Angelo has a B.S. in Computer Science from Kent State University, where he focused his studies in Web Programming and Internet Engineering. After graduation, he was a Programmer Analyst at the United McGill Corporation in Columbus, Ohio, and contributed to several open source projects while developing applications at home. During his seven years at United McGill, he utilized his strengths in web design and Internet Engineering by authoring many company web and Windows applications, including a custom web server for caching large documents across the company’s nationwide network, a web based purchasing system, a salaried time sheet system with reporting, and a web based E-mail administration system. Since United McGill, Angelo has worked for RawVoice as the Chief Information Officer and is the lead developer for all of the company’s web and software applications. As a board member of RawVoice for over 2 years, he knows how to manage many tasks and work with others to achieve common goals.
RawVoice is proud to have Angelo leading the ADM “Measurement” Committee.