Bryan Jones is currently the SVP, Products and Solutions for Videology Group, Inc., one of the world’s largest video advertising platforms. As SVP of Products and Solutions, Bryan oversees product conception and development, production and product management for Videology’s 3 lines of business, including products that are deployed at major media and agency companies such as Yahoo Japan and GroupM.

Bryan previously served as SVP, Innovation and Emerging Solutions for Videology, where he lead a team pioneering programmatic video across multiple screens, including linear TV, video on demand and mobile devices. Bryan joined Videology in 2012, following Videology’s acquisition of Collider Media, of which Bryan was founder, Chairman and CEO.

As CEO of Collider Media, Bryan led a team that developed the premier publisher-centric, data management platform for mobile and digital advertising. Jones was also one of the inventors behind Collider Media’s patent pending technology, linking offline data to mobile devices for purposes of delivering optimized content. A frequent speaker at industry event, Jones also co-chaired the Mobile Marketing Associations privacy committee on Personally Identifiable Information.

Prior to founding Collider, Bryan was the founder and CEO for Moximity, one of the pioneering companies focused on location-based social network with an emphasis on local content. Bryan began his career as a mergers-and-acquisitions and corporate finance attorney with DLA Piper.

Jones has Engineering BS, MBA and JD degrees, all from the University of Texas at Austin. He is also a former swimming World and American Record Holder, and US National Champion, having competed at the World Championships and Goodwill Games for the United States. Jones is also a 21 time All-American for the University of Texas Men's Swimming and Diving, where he captained the 2000 NCAA Championship team, before swimming professionally for 4 years.

Bryan also is actively engaged in the community. He currently serves as the Treasurer and Finance Chair of the Texas Exes, the University of Texas’ official alumni association, and as the Treasurer and Secretary of the Texas Exes Scholarship Committee. Jones also serves as Chair of the Outreach Committee of Seton Fifty, a philanthropic group of 50 community and business leaders charged with raising the money needed to transform University Medical Center Brackenridge into a modern teaching hospital. Jones has also served on the boards of PeopleFund, PeopleTrust, the Greater Austin Chamber of Commerce, the Greater Austin Technology Partnership, USA Swimming and the United States Sports Insurance Company.