Our Philosophy is Simple: We Love Radio. Really, itâ€™s the driving force behind our work. Like our products themselves, weâ€™re a hip and laid-back bunch. No frills. No crazy features. No cumbersome junk. We do our jobs so our customers donâ€™t have to and we find ways to bring online audio to more people, in more places.
Weâ€™re proud of our products and our customers love them. Donâ€™t believe it? Google us. We dare you.
Interested in working with us? email firstname.lastname@example.org with your stuff and tell us why youâ€™re a great candidate here.
- Internship Co-Op â€“ Embedded Software Application Engineer and Product Tester â€“ Consumer Electronics (Ferndale, MI)
- Internship â€“ Public Relations and Social Media â€“ Consumer Electronics (Ferndale, MI)
- Full-time â€“ Assistant Product Manager â€“ Consumer Electronics (Ferndale, MI)
- Full-time â€“ Public Relations Manager â€“ Consumer Electronics (Ferndale, MI or New York, NY)
A letter from Livioâ€™s CEO, Jake Sigal
Jake Sigal, â€śLivio Guruâ€ť
Bolstered by a $10,000 loan from his parents and driven by a passion for music, Jake Sigal founded Livio Radio in 2008 in the guest bedroom of his home in Ferndale, Mich. Two years later, Sigal, still just 28 years old, stood established not only as Livioâ€™s CEO but as a visionary and an innovator in the world of consumer electronics. More than 20 successful products available on the market by 2010 bore his proverbial creative signature.
Prior to launching Livio, Sigal paid the bills by working as a professional DJ and a product developer for Numark, where he invented the original ION USB turntable, designed to convert sound from vinyl records to CD or MP3 format. He was also listed as the co-inventor of the iDJ, an iPod-based mixing console.
Sigalâ€™s career path eventually led to Metro Detroit, where he worked as a product line manager for Delphiâ€™s Consumer Electronics group and was responsible for producing XM-brand satellite radio products.
Sigal earned a masterâ€™s degree in engineering from Ohio University and currently sits on the universityâ€™s Russ College of Engineering Board of Advisors. He is also a board member of the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) Small Business Council.
When heâ€™s not traveling, wheeling and dealing on his iPhone, or tinkering with gadgets, Sigal enjoys being active. He can be found mountain biking, playing hockey, and bumpinâ€™ the bass from the DJ booth in and around the city of Detroit in his spare time.
For more about Jakeâ€™s innovations and the passion for music that drives him, check out his blog at http://jakesigal.com/blog/ or follow him on Twitter (@jakesigal).