This week, TuneIn announced a new chief financial officer. The live streaming audio service has appointed Tom Fuelling to the role.
“With over 25 years of experience working for media and technology companies including leading players in video streaming and music, Fuelling will be a strong addition to the already robust executive team,” said TuneIn in a company press release.
He succeeds Mark Vranesh, who served as the interim CFO from January 2020 to July 2020.
TuneIn CEO Richard Stern said Fuelling’s experience “scaling global media businesses that consumers love is unparalleled.”
“Working in a competitive landscape, TuneIn has emerged as a leader in live audio streaming and we look forward to working with Tom as he’ll help us sustain and maintain our growth both domestically and abroad,” said Stern.
Prior to joining TuneIn, Fuelling served as CFO for Hulu, OpenX, ARTISTdirectand most recently, Spokeo, Inc., among others.
Following the announcement, Fuelling said he looks forward to supporting TuneIn’s “current momentum.”
“I enjoy working at companies that are in a building mode and looking to scale, and I have always been attracted to businesses like TuneIn that are innovating on behalf of the consumer,” he said. “With a professional background in the music and video spaces, moving to audio seems natural to me.”
According to the company, Fuelling began listening to TuneIn more than five years ago and closely follows the digital media space.
“He is a big consumer of audio content and is looking forward to combining a personal interest with his professional work,” it said.