Biographical Information

A.M. Arno


As President of a growing media company, A.M. Arno is responsible for overseeing the day to day operations of Oraculum Media. Ms. Arno has worked closely with Oraculum Media’s founder Thomas Phillips since 2007 aiding in the development and creation of several television properties.
A.M. Arno has earned two Masters degrees (Media Studies & Psychology) and has been privileged to study under both the renowned marketing guru Charles Warner and Kit Laybourne-the Chief Creative Director of the Oxygen channel. An accomplished songwriter, artist and performer, Ms. Arno prides herself on being an artist with real world business sensibilities.
Prior to her involvement with Oraculum Media, Ms. Arno worked in various capacities in both Promotions and Publicity for Virgin Records and Universal Music. Ms. Arno began her career as Forensic Psychologist.

Articles for A.M. Arno

Streaming Media TV: Join Us On Our YouTube Channel!

Submit your product reviews and hands-on tutorials to our new Streaming Media TV YouTube channel.
Thurs., Oct. 8, by Nico McLane and A.M. Arno

Streaming Media TV: Field Tech 911 and the Case of the 400-foot Cable

How to prevent packet loss when your internet connection is across the room—or across the city—from your encoder.
Wed., Oct. 7, by Nico Mclane

Field Tech 911: Troubleshooting Using the D-E-T-E-C-T Method

A new feature on Streaming Media TV, Field Tech 911 will answer troubleshooting questions from viewers and address common problems faced by encoder technicians and webcast producers.
Thurs., Aug. 27, by Nico McLane and A.M. Arno

Now on Streaming Media TV: Qik's iPhone App, CBS' Paper-Thin Video, and Online Education

In this week's edition of Bandwidth Bastards, our hosts wonder where the live functionality is in the new iPhone app from Qik, offer a sneak preview of the video ad coming in the next Entertainment Weekly, and discuss a study showing that students who learn online learn more.
Mon., Aug 24, by Nico McLane and A.M. Arno

Bandwidth Bastards: The Red Scare Edition

Bandwidth controversy on Capital Hill, the FCC and the "Broadband Internet Fairness Act", Adobe & Microsoft share their toys in the "sandbox."
Thurs., July 23, by Nico McLane and A.M. Arno