Gregory Raifman


Gregory R. Raifman was named President of Nexstar Digital LLC in April 2017, and is responsible for leading the development and implementation of the digital business strategy, integrating existing and acquired digital products under the Nexstar Digital brand, managing overall operations and identifying additional value-building investment opportunities with the overall objective of maximizing performance and accelerating financial growth. In addition, he oversees a team of experts who work in conjunction with Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. personnel to optimize local digital and mobile offerings across the Company’s local media markets.

Prior to joining Nexstar, Mr. Raifman served as President and Board Member for The Rubicon Project, Inc. where he was responsible for overseeing operations of the global advertising leader, including revenue and business development, product, engineering, finance, legal, marketing, communications and strategy.

From 1998 to 2001, Mr. Raifman served as the Founder, Chairman and CEO of Mediaplex, a global advertising technology company he eventually took public that reached a post-IPO valuation in excess of $4 billion. Through his investment vehicles The Gekko Group, LLC & Gekko Holdings, LLC, Mr. Raifman has also been an active seed investor, board member and board advisor to numerous early stage technology companies.

He also previously served as Executive Chairman of LiveRail, Inc., founded and was Managing Member of PointBreak Ventures, LLC, and founded Dragon Media Online, Inc.

Today, Mr. Raifman served as a Member of the Board of Directors for the Mobile Marketing Association and the Trustworthy Accountability Group, and served as a Foundation Board Member for the Advertising Women of New York. Currently, Mr. Raifman serves a Member of the West Coast Board of Directors of the United Healthcare Children’s Foundation, the Board of Visitors for Georgetown University Law Center and CEO’s Against Cancer.

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