Austin Harrison  is an IP creator and digital media entrepreneur. Austin has been involved in digital media and marketing for 20 years, including being hired in 1997 by a co-founder of NetRatings as the digital marketing lead to develop the creative advertisements and marketing plan for the company’s initial panel recruitment. (NetRatings went public in 1999, and Nielsen acquired the remaining 60% of the company in 2007 for $362 Million.)  Austin was also hired by Hasbro in 2007 to develop the characters and story for the Transformers TV series when the franchise was re-booted. He was the founder and CEO of online animation company MediaTrip, which received critical acclaim for its digital animation (including an Entertainment Weekly A+ rating and “Internet Phenom of the Year” and listing on Fortune Magazine’s Best Entertainment sites of the Year). Austin is currently the CEO of Noble Transmission, a comic book entertainment company for the digital age. Noble Transmission’s first series (co-created by Austin), Wild Blue Yonder Book #1, was released in 2013 to critical acclaim and sales success. The “Wild Blue Yonder” graphic novel was Amazon’s “Best of the Month” in the top ten for May of 2015 and was selected by the American Library Association (YALSA) as one of the 100 Great Graphic Novels for Teens. Austin developed Noble Transmission’s partnership with G–BASE (actor/producer Gerard Butler and Alan Siegel’s production company) on the “Wild Blue Yonder” franchise.  Austin co-created CASTER in partnership with Common & Derek Dudley’s Freedom Road Productions and Gerard Butler and Alan Siegel’s G-BASE featuring original music from Academy Award, 3x Grammy and Emmy Award winner Common. Austin started his studies at Emory University and graduated from the University of Southern California.