Mr. Silver is currently Chief Digital Officer for the Canadian Soccer Business which includes the brand new Canadian Premier League, Canada's top-tier professional soccer league, its clubs and its venues. His name is synonymous with Canada's largest digital media sports initiatives. He was one of the first employees of the Bell/Rogers Olympic Media Consortium where he helped create the digital standard for Olympic broadcasting in Canada for the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Games. Following this success, he was appointed Head of Digital for the 2012 London Olympic Games broadcast. He then remained with Bell Media, and as Head of Digital for TSN he was given the responsibility of transforming the digital business of Canada's sports leader. During his tenure, TSN re-launched every digital platform, most notably TSN.ca and the TSN app.
In 2014, Mr. Silver started Stadium Digital with a mission to bring world-class fan engagement platforms and media solutions to Canada's top sports properties. The company forged successful long-term partnerships with more than 80 of Canada's top professional leagues, teams and national sports federations. In 2018 Stadium Digital was wholly acquired by the Canadian Soccer Business.
Mr. Silver earned an MBA from the Schulich School of Business in Toronto where he remains involved as an active instructor, guest speaker and mentor. In 2013, he was named "5 to Watch" in the Canadian Sports Business by George Brown College.