Amazon’s VP of Worldwide Video Exits, Joins Real-Estate Tech Company
Amazon veteran executive Greg Hart, who served as its worldwide video vice president, has left the company, reports The Wrap.
Hart, who spent 23 years at Amazon, “oversaw the company’s global streaming video business, leading Prime Video’s global business, product, engineering, marketing, distribution and sports rights teams,” according to Variety.
In addition, Hart’s Amazon career spanned books, music, video games and AI. From 2009-2011, he was a tech advisor to CEO Jeff Bezos.
Hart has joined Compass, a real-estate tech company, where he will serve as the Chief Product Officer, reporting to the founder and CEO Robert Reffkin.
“Compass is unlike any other company in real estate or technology. The company truly views agents as customers and has made it their mission to provide these customers with services and software necessary to take their business to the next level in today’s digital economy,” Hart stated.
He added the “opportunity to better serve this massive customer group is the natural next step for me.”
Amazon Prime Video has also added racing driver Fernando Alonso to its original documentary lineup. Plus, it is co-producing a four-part Spanish swashbuckling adventure “Boundless, about the 16th-century voyage of explorers Elcano and Magellan.