Jason Peterson is an entrepreneur, attorney, and producer with 22 years of experience named as
one of the ‘Top 50 Indie’, ‘Top 40 under 40’ and ‘Top Latin’ Power Players in music by Billboard,
‘Top 40 under 40’ in home entertainment by Media Play News and as one of the ‘Top 30
entrepreneurs under 30’ by Los Angeles Business Journal.
Jason is the founder, owner, and Chief Executive of GoDigital Media Group (godigital.com) a
diversified multi-national holding company that owns nine operating businesses across three
verticals in media IP rights management: (i) music, (ii) video, and (iii) brands
Artists and repertoire Jason has worked with include Janet Jackson, T.I., Master P, Jason Derulo,
Pitbull, Psy and Daddy Yankee. He has produced dozens of major music videos that have won
“Video of the Year” at the Gospel Music Awards, MTV Latin Video Music Awards as well as “Best
Directorial Debut” at the MVPA awards. Most recently he co-produced the video for Janet
Jackson and Daddy Yankee’s “Made for Now”.
He currently or previously has provided leadership to the following boards and committees:
American Association of Independent Music (A2iM): the trade group for American
Association of Volleyball Professionals (the AVP): was a founding member of the
Executive Advisory Board to the national professional sports league for beach volleyball
City of Hope Hospital: Music, Film & Entertainment Board, which has raised over
$130M for cancer research since 2000.
MERLIN: the global collective bargaining organization for independent labels that
represents 15% of the global market for recorded music and is roughly the size of Warner
OTT.x (formerly the Entertainment Merchants Association): representing the US
home entertainment industry with a focus on the over-the-top eco-system.
RD.x a joint venture between IFPI, WIN, and PPL in the UK building a global repertoire
database for music licensing collectives.
Stanford Disruptive Technologies Council: A part of the engineering school that
collaborates with technology leaders around the world on the future of tech enabled
The Recording Academy Government Advocacy Committee
USC Business Cinematic-Arts Program Advisory Board responsible for career
development and curriculum feedback
World Independent Network (WIN): representing and advocating for the global
independent recorded music community
The foundation for Jason’s work is a license to practice law, a Juris Doctorate from Pepperdine
University, and a business degree with an emphasis in Cinema-Television from the University of
Southern California’s Marshall School of Business honors program