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Mr. Terino is President of GET Advisory Services, LLC, a strategic and financial management consulting firm focused on the technology and maritime industries, which he founded in 2009. From 2005 until December 2008, Mr. Terino served as the Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer of Arlington Tankers Ltd., an international seaborne transporter of crude oil and petroleum products, where he successfully led the merger of Arlington with General Maritime Corporation in late 2008. From 1996 to 2005, Mr. Terino held Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer positions with several enterprise software companies including Art Technology Group, Inc., a provider of Internet-based e-commerce and customer service software focused on the Global 1000 market. Prior to Art Technology Group, Inc., Mr. Terino served as Senior Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer and Secretary of Applix, Inc., a provider of business intelligence software solutions. Mr. Terino also spent eleven years at Houghton Mifflin Company, a leading educational publisher in the U.S. in various senior financial management positions and nine years at Deloitte & Touche in its consulting services group. Mr. Terino was appointed to serve as a Director of S1 Corporation in April 2007, Phoenix Technologies Ltd. in November 2009, and Baltic Trading Limited in March 2010. Mr. Terino is Chairman of the Audit Committees and is a member of the Compensation Committees for all three companies. From October 1999 until March 2006, Mr. Terino served as a Director of EBT International Inc., which was liquidated in 2006. Mr. Terino holds a B.S. degree from Northeastern University and an MBA from Suffolk University.

Recent Stock Transactions by Edward Terino
Date Type Shares Traded Price Range
April 12, 2016 Buy 40,000 3.83
January 26, 2016 Acquisition (Non Open Market) 22,920 n/a
June 3, 2015 Acquisition (Non Open Market) 55,172 n/a
April 15, 2015 Buy 10,000 6.73
February 2, 2015 Acquisition (Non Open Market) 7,022 n/a
February 1, 2014 Acquisition (Non Open Market) 8,361 n/a
January 25, 2013 Acquisition (Non Open Market) 12,000 n/a
May 1, 2012 Buy 12,077 8.44 - 8.45
April 30, 2012 Buy 7,923 8.20
February 13, 2012 Acquisition (Non Open Market) 3,000 n/a
November 30, 2011 Acquisition (Non Open Market) 12,000 n/a
December 6, 2010 Acquisition (Non Open Market) 12,000 n/a
July 15, 2010 Statement of Ownership 0 n/a
July 15, 2010 Acquisition (Non Open Market) 18,000 n/a

Steve Craddock is President of The Del Ray Group, LLC, an Independent Consulting firm that provides services to high technology and financial clients focused on the media and telecommunications market segments. He was previously with Comcast Corporation for many years serving last as Senior Vice President of Technology in the Office of the CTO, responsible for Comcast's evaluation and development of new technologies and service capabilities and their integration into Comcast business units. Prior to this, Mr. Craddock was Senior Vice President of New Media Development in Corporate Strategic Planning for Comcast. In this position, Mr. Craddock was involved in many of the seminal technology events that have come to define the cable industry over the past 10 years. Mr. Craddock led the development activites for many of Comcast's current services such as High-Speed Internet, Video-on-Demand, Voice-over-IP, digital transition and streaming IP Video projects. He oversaw Comcast's representation to Cablelabs for industry initiatives such as DOCSIS (High speed data), Packetcable (Voice-over-IP), and CableHome (Home Networking). He was Comcast's member of the industry development teams that created both the DOCSIS and PacketCable technology specifications. He chaired both the Industry's Packetcable VoIP Certification Board and PacketCable Business Committeee. He was a founding member of and Comcast's voting member on the CableLabs DOCSIS Certification Board. He led Comcast's development activities for Home Networking services with active participation in MoCA, Wi-Fi, HomePlug (Powerline), and DLNA.

Prior to joining Comcast, Mr. Craddock was a Vice President at Bell Atlantic Corporation and a principle technology figure in Bell Atlantic's DSL, fiber optic (FTTH), Cable Television, and Video-on-Demand activities. He was one of two senior managers that planned, organized, recruited for and implemented the formation of Bell Atlantic's video programming affiliate, Bell Atlantic Video Services, and was a founding member of the Board of Directors. Mr. Craddock's career with Bell Atlantic and AT&T spanned twenty years with a diverse background in engineering, operations, product development, and strategic planning and he held executive level leadership positions spanning video, voice and data communications.

Mr. Craddock has served as the CEO of a software development company, CTO of a multinational equipment vendor serving the CableTV market, has consulted in the fields of engineering and computer services, served as expert witness support in legal cases involving patents and forensic engineering, performed due diligence for venture capital work and is a past member of the Technical Avisory Boards for many high profile technology companies including Broadcom, Cisco, Motorola, Arris, Entropic, Nortel, Terayon, Ciena, ADC, Com21, Camiant, Syndeo, Cedar Point Communications, Net2Phone, Integra5, Stargus, and River Delta. Mr. Craddock graduated with Honors from the Virginia Military Institute with a BSCE/EE and was a Distinguished Military Graduate. He did graduate work in finance and economics at Iowa State University and completed numerous intense study programs sponsored by AT&T for engineering and computer science. He is an alumnus of the Board of Directors College program at Stanford University Law School and the University Of Chicago Booth School Of Business Audit Committee Effectiveness Program, with sixteen years of experience in corporate governance, serving as Independent Director on Boards of Directors for both public and private companies. Mr. Craddock holds a Professional Director Certification from the American College of Corporate Directors, a director education and credentialing organization, and is a member of the Corporate Directors Group (CDG). Mr. Craddock is a licensed Professional Engineer and a member of the National Society of Professional Engineers, the Society of Cable Television Engineers, IEEE, and Kappa Alpha honor society. He is a member of the National Association of Sports Officials and a member of the Athletic Board of Governors for the Virginia Military Institute.

Mary Palermo Cotton, has served as a Director of SeaChange since September 2004. In addition, Ms. Cotton has been the Chief Executive Officer of Frictionless Commerce, a company providing supplier relationship management software, since February 2005. Previously, Ms. Cotton was from February 2003 to July 2004 a Senior Advisor to Aspen Technology, a software service provider, and previously served as Aspen's Chief Operating Officer from January 2001 to January 2003 and its Executive Vice President from August 1998 to December 2000. Ms. Cotton additionally served on the Board of Directors of Precise Software Solutions from June 2000 to June 2003 when Precise Software Solutions was acquired by VERITAS Software.

Recent Stock Transactions by Mary P. Cotton
Date Type Shares Traded Price Range
July 13, 2016 Acquisition (Non Open Market) 29,851 n/a
June 10, 2016 Buy 25,000 3.36
July 15, 2015 Acquisition (Non Open Market) 13,850 n/a
February 2, 2015 Acquisition (Non Open Market) 7,022 n/a
February 1, 2014 Acquisition (Non Open Market) 8,361 n/a
January 25, 2013 Acquisition (Non Open Market) 12,000 n/a
November 30, 2011 Acquisition (Non Open Market) 12,000 n/a
December 6, 2010 Acquisition (Non Open Market) 12,000 n/a
March 10, 2010 Acquisition (Non Open Market) 12,000 n/a
December 17, 2008 Acquisition (Non Open Market) 12,000 n/a
May 16, 2008 Acquisition (Non Open Market) 10,000 n/a
January 17, 2007 Acquisition (Non Open Market) 10,000 n/a

Thomas F. Olson, has served as a Director of SeaChange since May 2001. In addition, from January 1999 to December 2003, Mr. Olson served as the Chief Executive Officer of National Cable Communications, a company specializing in cable television advertising time sales. From January 1995 to May 1998, Mr. Olson was Managing Partner of National Cable Communications and Chief Executive Officer of Katz Media Group, a radio, broadcast television and cable television national sales representation firm. Mr. Olson was with Katz Media Group for 23 years.

Recent Stock Transactions by Thomas F. Olson
Date Type Shares Traded Price Range
July 13, 2016 Acquisition (Non Open Market) 29,851 n/a
June 16, 2016 Buy 10,000 3.40
July 15, 2015 Acquisition (Non Open Market) 13,850 n/a
February 2, 2015 Acquisition (Non Open Market) 7,022 n/a
February 1, 2014 Acquisition (Non Open Market) 8,361 n/a
May 14, 2013 Option Execute 2,500 10.72
January 25, 2013 Acquisition (Non Open Market) 12,000 n/a
September 28, 2012 Buy 3,000 7.86
May 1, 2012 Acquisition (Non Open Market) 2,898 n/a
April 2, 2012 Acquisition (Non Open Market) 2,898 n/a
March 1, 2012 Acquisition (Non Open Market) 2,898 n/a
February 1, 2012 Acquisition (Non Open Market) 2,898 n/a
November 30, 2011 Acquisition (Non Open Market) 12,000 n/a
December 6, 2010 Acquisition (Non Open Market) 12,000 n/a
March 10, 2010 Acquisition (Non Open Market) 12,000 n/a
December 17, 2008 Acquisition (Non Open Market) 12,000 n/a
May 16, 2008 Acquisition (Non Open Market) 10,000 n/a
December 5, 2007 Buy 2,000 7.39 - 7.40
January 17, 2007 Acquisition (Non Open Market) 10,000 n/a

Ed Wilson joined SeaChange’s board of directors in 2015.  He was co-founder and Executive Chairman of Timeline Labs, which SeaChange acquired that same year.  Mr. Wilson is a partner in content developer New Form Digital, and President & CEO of Dreamcatcher Broadcasting. A seasoned, high-profile media executive, advisor and angel investor, Mr. Wilson has previously served as President at Tribune Broadcasting, President at Fox Television Network, President at NBC Enterprises, President of CBS Enterprises, and SVP at Sony Pictures Television.

Mr. Markey is President of the Relevant C Business Group (RCBG), a private consulting firm he founded in 2002 to assist telecommunications, media and technology companies with strategy and execution, often for emerging technologies. Previously, Mr. Markey co-founded Ucentric Systems, a software company that provided connected home software solutions to television operators, which was acquired by Motorola in 2005. He held management roles in 3Com and Motorola operations that served the television industry, and held prior roles with Pacific Telesis and Preview Media. He is a member of the advisory boards of Gainspeed and BandwidthX. He is a former member of Concurrent Computer's advisory board and was a trustee and vice chairman of Quest Academy in Palatine, IL.

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Steve Craddock
Steve Craddock
Chairman

Steve Craddock is President of The Del Ray Group, LLC, an Independent Consulting firm that provides services to high technology and financial clients focused on the media and telecommunications market segments. He was previously with Comcast Corporation for many years serving last as Senior Vice President of Technology in the Office of the CTO, responsible for Comcast's evaluation and development of new technologies and service capabilities and their integration into Comcast business units. Prior to this, Mr. Craddock was Senior Vice President of New Media Development in Corporate Strategic Planning for Comcast. In this position, Mr. Craddock was involved in many of the seminal technology events that have come to define the cable industry over the past 10 years. Mr. Craddock led the development activites for many of Comcast's current services such as High-Speed Internet, Video-on-Demand, Voice-over-IP, digital transition and streaming IP Video projects. He oversaw Comcast's representation to Cablelabs for industry initiatives such as DOCSIS (High speed data), Packetcable (Voice-over-IP), and CableHome (Home Networking). He was Comcast's member of the industry development teams that created both the DOCSIS and PacketCable technology specifications. He chaired both the Industry's Packetcable VoIP Certification Board and PacketCable Business Committeee. He was a founding member of and Comcast's voting member on the CableLabs DOCSIS Certification Board. He led Comcast's development activities for Home Networking services with active participation in MoCA, Wi-Fi, HomePlug (Powerline), and DLNA.

Prior to joining Comcast, Mr. Craddock was a Vice President at Bell Atlantic Corporation and a principle technology figure in Bell Atlantic's DSL, fiber optic (FTTH), Cable Television, and Video-on-Demand activities. He was one of two senior managers that planned, organized, recruited for and implemented the formation of Bell Atlantic's video programming affiliate, Bell Atlantic Video Services, and was a founding member of the Board of Directors. Mr. Craddock's career with Bell Atlantic and AT&T spanned twenty years with a diverse background in engineering, operations, product development, and strategic planning and he held executive level leadership positions spanning video, voice and data communications.

Mr. Craddock has served as the CEO of a software development company, CTO of a multinational equipment vendor serving the CableTV market, has consulted in the fields of engineering and computer services, served as expert witness support in legal cases involving patents and forensic engineering, performed due diligence for venture capital work and is a past member of the Technical Avisory Boards for many high profile technology companies including Broadcom, Cisco, Motorola, Arris, Entropic, Nortel, Terayon, Ciena, ADC, Com21, Camiant, Syndeo, Cedar Point Communications, Net2Phone, Integra5, Stargus, and River Delta. Mr. Craddock graduated with Honors from the Virginia Military Institute with a BSCE/EE and was a Distinguished Military Graduate. He did graduate work in finance and economics at Iowa State University and completed numerous intense study programs sponsored by AT&T for engineering and computer science. He is an alumnus of the Board of Directors College program at Stanford University Law School and the University Of Chicago Booth School Of Business Audit Committee Effectiveness Program, with sixteen years of experience in corporate governance, serving as Independent Director on Boards of Directors for both public and private companies. Mr. Craddock holds a Professional Director Certification from the American College of Corporate Directors, a director education and credentialing organization, and is a member of the Corporate Directors Group (CDG). Mr. Craddock is a licensed Professional Engineer and a member of the National Society of Professional Engineers, the Society of Cable Television Engineers, IEEE, and Kappa Alpha honor society. He is a member of the National Association of Sports Officials and a member of the Athletic Board of Governors for the Virginia Military Institute.

Mary P. Cotton
Mary P. Cotton
Director

Mary Palermo Cotton, has served as a Director of SeaChange since September 2004. In addition, Ms. Cotton has been the Chief Executive Officer of Frictionless Commerce, a company providing supplier relationship management software, since February 2005. Previously, Ms. Cotton was from February 2003 to July 2004 a Senior Advisor to Aspen Technology, a software service provider, and previously served as Aspen's Chief Operating Officer from January 2001 to January 2003 and its Executive Vice President from August 1998 to December 2000. Ms. Cotton additionally served on the Board of Directors of Precise Software Solutions from June 2000 to June 2003 when Precise Software Solutions was acquired by VERITAS Software.

 
Thomas F. Olson
Thomas F. Olson
Director

Thomas F. Olson, has served as a Director of SeaChange since May 2001. In addition, from January 1999 to December 2003, Mr. Olson served as the Chief Executive Officer of National Cable Communications, a company specializing in cable television advertising time sales. From January 1995 to May 1998, Mr. Olson was Managing Partner of National Cable Communications and Chief Executive Officer of Katz Media Group, a radio, broadcast television and cable television national sales representation firm. Mr. Olson was with Katz Media Group for 23 years.

William Markey
William Markey
Director

Mr. Markey is President of the Relevant C Business Group (RCBG), a private consulting firm he founded in 2002 to assist telecommunications, media and technology companies with strategy and execution, often for emerging technologies. Previously, Mr. Markey co-founded Ucentric Systems, a software company that provided connected home software solutions to television operators, which was acquired by Motorola in 2005. He held management roles in 3Com and Motorola operations that served the television industry, and held prior roles with Pacific Telesis and Preview Media. He is a member of the advisory boards of Gainspeed and BandwidthX. He is a former member of Concurrent Computer's advisory board and was a trustee and vice chairman of Quest Academy in Palatine, IL.

   
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Stock transaction information provided by EDGAR Online. SeaChange International, Inc. makes no representation or warranty with respect to any of the information contained herein, takes no responsibility for supplementing, updating or correcting any such information and shall have no liability with respect to any such information. This listing does not include derivatives, such as stock option grants or shares purchased through an employee stock purchase plan. For recent transactions, including derivative transactions, see our Section 16 SEC filings page.