Naomi Lipowski

Director of Global Web, iTV & TV Emerging Technologies
Pelmorex Media

Naomi Lipowski is an innovative Senior Executive with significant understanding of the impact of rapid organizational growth on technical implementations and business functions.  She is a leader in the interactive/digital industry with over 19 years’ international experience in high tech, financial and TV Industry sectors.  Naomi has a proven track record of conceptualizing, developing, integrating and operating new innovative products and services for all digital platforms.


She is currently the Director of Global Web, iTV & TV Emerging Technologies at Pelmorex Media Inc.  Pelmorex Media Inc. is the parent company of The Weather Network, MétéoMédia, Travelers Network, Beat the Traffic, and The Weather Network UK. The Weather Network and its French counterpart MétéoMédia are Canada's most popular weather and information services on TV, web and smartphone apps. 


Naomi heads up the global development and launch of products and services for Pelmorex Media’s industry-leading properties which include the Web and applications for next generation TV platforms.  In her current role she is responsible for the implementation of the company’s strategic global Web and TV applications (including iTV, Connected TV, Gaming), as well as for identifying emerging technology opportunities in TV that enable The Weather Network to provide cutting edge services and secure leadership globally through the effective use of advanced technologies.


Prior to joining Pelmorex, Naomi worked @ Yahoo! heading up the “Community and Communications Product Division (including Y! Mail, Y! Messenger, Flickr)” in Canada.  She also held Sr. Management roles at AOL, FedEx, Morningstar & Thompson Reuters.   Naomi graduated from the University of Toronto.


Fluent in 5 languages (English, French, Spanish, Portuguese and Polish), Naomi has traveled extensively throughout the world. In her spare time Naomi volunteers on various Boards including the GBS (Guillain-Barré Syndrome)/CIDP International Foundation among others.