David Anthony


A lifelong entrepreneur, David Anthony has been successfully bringing together media arts and emerging technologies to create entirely new consumer experiences for over 15 years. David’s expertise has allowed Bondi to become the market leader in the field of digital magazine archives delivered over the Internet.

In 2004, Anthony co-founded Bondi Digital Publishing, where he pioneered the emerging platform of digital publishing through the development of the landmark project, The Complete New Yorker, the first consumer friendly and easily searchable digital archive of its kind. Anthony’s unique perspective and strong digital media background has resulted in Bondi achieving major development and distribution deals with distinguished media corporations Condé Nast, Wenner Media, and Bonnier Corp.

Prior to Bondi, acting as President, Anthony co-founded Metropolis DVD in 1998. The company quickly developed a reputation for innovative programming by helping major media companies—including Viacom, Paramount, Universal Pictures, Warner Music, and Disney International Publishing to develop and implement their DVD strategies. As a result, Metropolis won numerous awards and produced ground-breaking DVDs, including, The Directors Series (featuring the work of Spike Jonze, Michel Gondry and Chris Cunningham) numerous DVDs for the acclaimed Criterion Collection, The Rolling Stones’ Four Flicks (the No. 1 music DVD of all-time), The Beastie Boys’ Anthology, and Janet Jackson’s All for You. In 2005 Metropolis DVD evolved into Giant Interactive. In addition to his role at Bondi, Anthony acts as Co-Founder and Managing Partner at Giant Interactive, which continues to develop rich media experiences for major media companies in Blu-Ray and interactive television.

Grammy nominated in 2003, Anthony holds a bachelor degree in Media Arts, the first awarded by Bennington College.