SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 11, 2017 —Frankly Inc. (TSX VENTURE: TLK) (Frankly), a leading technology and monetization platform for media companies, announced today that a change in product management leadership has been made and its Chief Product Officer, Harrison Shih, will be leaving the company in February 2017, and that, effective today, he has stepped down from his role as Chief Product Officer. Mr. Shih will serve out his remaining time with the company as a special advisor to the company’s chief executive officer. The Chief Product Officer role will be eliminated at this time and his responsibilities will be distributed to the existing leadership team. “We thank Harrison for his key contributions to Frankly and wish him the very best in his new endeavors,” said Steve Chung, CEO of Frankly.
Frankly (TSX VENTURE: TLK) builds an integrated software platform for media companies to create, distribute, analyze and monetize their content across all of their digital properties on web, mobile and TV. Its customers include NBC, ABC, CBS and FOX affiliates, as well as other leading media organizations. Collectively, Frankly reaches nearly 60 million monthly users in the United States. The company is headquartered in San Francisco with major offices in New York. To learn more, visit www.franklyinc.com.
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