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Meet the Executive Team

David Gandler

Co-Founder / CEO

David Gandler is Co-founder and CEO of Fubo (NYSE: FUBO), whose global mission is to aggregate the best in TV, including premium sports, news and entertainment content, through a single app.

Under David’s leadership, Fubo aims to transcend the industry’s current TV model. The company’s  sports-first live TV streaming platform, Fubo, is live in the U.S., Canada and Spain. In France, Fubo operates Molotov, the market’s leading live TV streaming platform.

Fubo’s proprietary data and technology platform is optimized for live TV and sports viewership. With Fubo, consumers can choose a lean back viewing experience or, through interactive product features, engage with the content they are watching. The company has also been regularly first to market with advancements to its streaming product. Fubo was the first vMVPD to enable simultaneous viewing on up to four screens (Multiview on Apple TV), and launched 4K streams back in 2018 – years ahead of other vMVPDs.

Forbes named Fubo to its Next Billion Dollar Startups list in 2019, one year ahead of the company’s listing on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in October 2020.

Prior to founding Fubo in 2015, David had a prolific advertising career with more than 15 years of video sales in local broadcast and cable TV within both the general and Hispanic market, including at Scripps Networks Interactive, Time Warner Cable Media Sales and NBCUniversal’s Telemundo Media.

An active leader in the global sports industry outside of Fubo, David is co-owner of soccer team Paris FC. He also serves as a trustee for the United States Olympic & Paralympic Foundation and on the board of directors for Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship (BKFC). 

David has been named among Goldman Sachs’ 100 Most Intriguing Entrepreneurs (2019) and Variety’s Dealmakers (2020, 2019).


Alberto Horihuela

Co-Founder / Chief Operating Officer

Alberto Horihuela is co-founder and chief operating officer of Fubo, the live TV streaming platform whose global mission is to aggregate the best in TV, including premium sports, news and entertainment content, through a single app.

As chief operating officer, Horiheula is a key player in all company strategic initiatives and achieving goal targets, including Fubo’s goal of reaching profitability in 2025. He co-founded the company in 2015, alongside David Gandler and Sung Ho Choi, and was previously the company’s chief growth officer (2021-2023) and chief marketing officer (2015-2021). As CGO, Horihuela oversaw the company’s expansion strategy in the U.S. and internationally. As CMO, he drove the company’s overall marketing vision, from brand positioning to subscriber acquisition, engagement and retention.

Prior to co-founding Fubo, Horihuela was head of Latin America for SVOD service DramaFever (later acquired by Softbank and a part of Warner Bros. Digital Networks).

Horihuela is a serial entrepreneur, having also co-founded Primerad Network, where he was also CEO of this leading digital video ad network specializing in U.S. Hispanic markets, connecting brands to this audience via premium video publishers; and Dokarta, which helped local Chicago dining, health & beauty businesses attract customers during slower business periods via hyper-local and real-time deals. Formerly he also worked as an economist and analyst, with positions at Morgan Stanley and DeMatteo Monness.

Horihuela is trilingual (English, Spanish and Portuguese) and graduated from the University of Chicago in 2009 with a BA in Economics. He was named to the Multichannel News 40 Under 40 list in 2016.


John Janedis

Chief Financial Officer

John Janedis is chief financial officer of Fubo, the live TV streaming platform whose global mission is to aggregate the best in TV, including premium sports, news and entertainment content, through a single app.

As CFO, Janedis leads all financial operations and strategy for Fubo with a particular emphasis on architecting the company’s future financial roadmap.

Janedis has more than two decades of experience leading equity research, investor relations, capital markets and M&A for some of the world’s preeminent financial institutions. Prior to joining Fubo, Janedis was managing director, senior equity research analyst at Wolfe Research, focusing on the media, cable and telecommunications industries. From 2018-2020, Janedis was senior vice president, capital markets, treasurer and investor relations at TEGNA Inc., where he advised on key strategic and capital market decisions, M&A and growth initiatives. As managing director, senior equity research analyst at Jefferies, a role he held from 2014-2018, Janedis authored research on over 30 media, cable and telecom companies with a specialty in advertising, streaming, direct to consumer and other distribution platforms.

Prior to Jefferies, Janedis held leadership positions in equity research at UBS Securities (2010-2014), Wells Fargo Securities (2006-2010), Banc of America Securities (2000-2006) and Morgan Stanley & Co. (1999-2000).

Gina DiGioia

Chief Legal Officer

Gina DiGioia (Sheldon) is chief legal officer at Fubo, the live TV streaming platform whose global mission is to aggregate the best in TV, including premium sports, news and entertainment content, through a single app.

DiGioia oversees all legal matters for Fubo, including financings, acquisitions and corporate governance. She also works closely with the Fubo business teams in supporting business affairs and commercial activities. As a member of the executive management team, DiGioia plays a critical role shaping Fubo’s internal legal function and helping define the company’s strategy. She joined the company in 2020 as senior vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary, and was Fubo’s first in-house general counsel.

Prior to joining Fubo, DiGioia was U.S. general counsel and chief operations officer for Fiizy, a global technology company with products serving financial vertical markets in Europe and Latin America. Previously, she held general counsel positions with various public and private media companies, including Defy Media, a digital content media company, and Alloy, a multimedia advertising and marketing company, where, as lead counsel, she was instrumental in both corporate and commercial transactions. DiGioia also has experience in private practice as a senior associate of Grant, Herrmann, Schwartz & Klinger. She began her career as an apprentice with the U.S. Department of State at the U.S. Embassy in Rome.

DiGioia was named to Next TV/Broadcasting & Cable’s Women in the Game list in 2023 and Cablefax’s Cablefax 100 list of the most powerful executives in media in 2021.