Tyler Suchman is the founder of Tribal Core, an internet strategy consulting firm, co-founder of 42 Terabytes, LLC, a social rewards firm, and owner of Dennison+Wolfe Internet Group, a WordPress development house. Tyler is also operator of numerous Ojai websites, including The Ojai Post, a community blog with a couple thousand daily visitors. He was a founding Director of the Ojai Valley Green Coalition through 2012, and is founder of Towngiving, Inc., a 501(c)(3) dedicated to creating sustainability for non-profit organizations at the local level. Tyler was named one of the 2007 Top 40 Under 40 by the Pacific Coast Business Times.
Prior to starting his consultancy in 2002, Tyler worked for Vivendi Universal as head of Content Production for Moviso, the mobile media division of VU and parent company of YourMobile.com. As senior employee, Tyler helped build and maintain the Yourmobile community of 10 million global users.
Previously, Tyler was Director of New Media for The Copeland Group; Miles Copeland’s companies include Firstars Management (Sting, Belinda Carlisle, Keith Urban), ARK 21 Records, Pagan Records and more. He built his first website in 1995, over time establishing web presences for all companies and artists, while forging partnerships with Intel, RealNetworks, Broadcast.com and others.
Tyler graduated from UCLA in 1994. He travels and works around the world with his partner, Ali-Sun, enjoying hiking, photography, local cuisine and culture. Follow their travels at Owl and Bear.
42 Terabytes, LLC
July 2011 – present
42 Terabytes is a boutique content and strategy firm specializing in social rewards platforms and gamification initiatives.
Dennison+Wolfe Internet Group
December 2011 – present
Partner / Chief Strategy Officer
March 2009 – December 2011
Dennison+Wolfe is a web development firm focused on enterprise-level WordPress multi-site networks.
Founder / Owner
May 2002 – Present
Tribal Core provides internet strategy and web marketing for businesses that value social responsibility, philanthropy and community.
Founder / CEO
March 2008 – November 2009
Emergencity provided local communities with a sophisticated web communications infrastructure, to enable next-generation emergency and crisis management through effective aggregation and distribution of actionable intelligence.
February 2003 – June 2007
Head of operations for jazz record label Cryptogramophone Records, founded in 1998. Spearheaded IndieJazz.com, now a leading independent jazz retail site.
Moviso / Yourmobile
Manager, Content Production
October 1998 – March 2002
Planned, directed and managed the Content Production department, including direct supervision of a twelve-person high-volume production team, creating ringtones, graphics and multimedia for cell phones.
Founder / Owner
October 1999 – July 2001
Launched a company providing marketing and digital distribution services to independent record labels, also providing daily music technology news to more than 1,000 daily visitors.
The Copeland Group
Director of New Media
October 1995 – October 1998
Forged alliances, determined new media strategy and built all sites for the collective of companies owned by Miles Copeland (manager of Sting and The Police), including ARK 21 Records, Pagan Records, Mondo Melodia, Firstars Artist Management, Bugle Publishing.
KMPC-710 Los Angeles
March 1992 – October 1993
KMPC-710 was a 50,000 watt all-sports radio station, broadcasting games for UCLA football and basketball, the Clippers and the Angels. Produced the overnight “Tony Femino – Attica Radio” show, and then the Fred Wallin morning drive-time show. Filled in as producer for Jim Healey, Jim Lampley, Joe McDonnell, Doug Krikorian, Jack Snow and many others.