Posted on February 2, 2015 in ATSC News
ATSC’S Board of Directors has elected Glenn Reitmeier to his second term as Chairman. The ATSC membership also elected Craig Todd of Dolby to serve on the organization’s Board and re-elected Dave Siegler of Cox Media Group to a second term. Todd, and Siegler will each serve three-year terms in their positions.
Glenn Reitmeier is Senior Vice President of Advanced Technology at NBC Universal, leading the company’s technical efforts on industry standards, government policy, commercial agreements, anti-piracy operations and advanced engineering. Reitmeier spent 25 years in digital video R&D at Sarnoff Laboratories.
Craig Todd is Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer at Dolby Laboratories. His involvement with multichannel sound spans more than 35 years, beginning with his initial work on Dolby Surround Sound in 1977. Since 1992 he has focused his efforts on bringing multichannel digital audio to the consumer.
Dave Siegler is Vice President of Technical Operations for Cox Media Group at the company’s Atlanta headquarters. He is responsible for leading and growing the integrated media company through the rapidly changing technology and consumer demands. Specifically, he manages Cox Media Group Technical Operations and Information Technology.
Other ATSC board members serving in 2015 include:
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