The co-founder of Howcast and a former Google employee, Liebman is also listed as being the co-founder of Movements.org. In 2007, Jason co-founded Howcast Media with the goal of creating the largest – and highest quality – library of how-to videos on the web, providing users with the answer to almost any question, whenever, wherever they need to know how. Since launching Howcast.com in February 2008, Howcast streams tens of millions of videos every month across its multi-platform distribution network. Howcast also works directly with brands, agencies, and organizations such as GE, Proctor & Gamble, Kodak, 1-800-Flowers.com, Staples, U.S. Department of State, U.S. Department of Defense, American Red Cross, and Ford Motor Company to create custom branded entertainment, innovative social media, and targeted rich-media campaigns. Before Howcast, Jason worked for four years at Google, where he played an integral role in growing strategic content licensing and monetization relationships for the YouTube, Google Video, and AdSense teams. While at Google, Jason was responsible for forging key relationships with a wide range of Google's largest media partners, including Time Warner, News Corp, Viacom, Warner Music, Sony Pictures, Reuters, The New York Times, and the Washington Post Company. Prior to Google, Jason was at Applied Semantics before it was acquired by Google in 2003, which was one of Google's largest acquisitions in its history. At Applied Semantics, he held several positions, including Executive Vice President of Sales and Business Development. In this role, he was responsible for overseeing and introducing new monetization products, including AdSense, to web publishers. Jason began his career at Credit Suisse as an investment banker. A New York City native, Jason graduated from Duke University.
- Besides being involved in Howcast, there is little connection to Jason and 77 Days. Any other information on Liebman being involved in 77 Days is much appreciated.