About Us


Stadium Digital is the operating name of Lulu Canada Inc., which was founded in 2007 by Bob Young who was also the co-founder of Red Hat Linux. The team at Stadium Digital has lead some of Canada’s largest digital transformations including, CTVOlympics.ca, TSN.ca (TSN Go), BarDown.com, CHL Network, GolfCanada.ca, and Ticats All Access. Stadium Digital provides strong team of experts in their fields to create a holistic experience that surpasses objectives and raises the bar.

Mark Silver
President, Founder
Mark has been a central figure in the most ambitious digital sports media initiatives in Canada over the last 6 years, who prior to founding Stadium Digital spearheaded the restructuring of TSN’s digital media businesses, including the launch of TSN GO and BarDown.com, and the re-launch of TSN.ca. Mark also lead digital for the joint Bell and Rogers Media broadcast of the London 2012 Olympic Games and received a Canadian Screen Award for his role in the groundbreaking digital coverage for Vancouver 2010. In 2013, he was also named “5 to Watch” in the Canadian Sport Business.
Scott Mitchell
Scott has spent most of his life around the highest levels of sport. As player, producer, agent or executive, Scott’s reputation as visionary who pushes the boundaries of what’s possible has been on display for almost 20 years in several senior roles, including his other current position as CEO of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. Prior to founding Stadium, Scott was also the Managing Director of MRX Digital Solutions.
Bob Young
Bob is a technology entrepreneur whose innate marketing savvy led to the success of Red Hat, an open-source software company he founded in 1993, winning him industry accolades including the nomination as one of Business Week’s “Top Entrepreneurs” in 1999. He is currently the founder and chairman of Lulu.com, launched in 2002, earning him notable recognition as one of the “Top 50 Agenda-Setters in the Technology Industry in 2006” and ranking as the fourth “Top Entrepreneur for 2006” by TechRepublic. Bob graduated from the University of Toronto prior to beginning his career in the computer finance arena. In 2003, he purchased the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the Canadian Football League and currently serves as the league’s vice chairman.


Scroll to top