Today we’re talking to Darcy Antonellis (the award-winning CEO of VUBIQUITY) about the future of video, and explore how it will play a pivotal role in both communication and entertainment. During the course of our conversation, Darcy takes us behind the scenes at VUBIQUITY, talks about emerging trends in voice technology, and examines the push and pull between resolution and bandwidth.
- The driving factors behind Darcy’s move to VUBIQUITY
- Darcy’s engineering background and how it helps her in her current role
- The relationships between tech, critical mass, and popular culture
- Tension between video burden and platform strength
- Darcy’s experience combatting piracy
- The new era of voice technology (and what this might enable in the future)
Darcy Antonellis is a seasoned, award-winning leader recognized for her innovations and impact in the media and entertainment technology space. As CEO of VUBIQUITY, the leading global provider of premium content services and technical solutions, Darcy works with content creators and distribution services to provide solutions that make content easily accessible to consumers on any platform including digital, OTT and on-demand. Since assuming her role as VUBIQUITY’s CEO in January 2014, Darcy has overseen several acquisitions that have impacted the industry and secured VUBIQUITY’s value and leading position as the only true end-to-end content service provider. Other strategic initiatives by Darcy include facilitating key corporate partnerships as well as the launch of the company’s AnyVU Cloud platform.
Prior to joining VUBIQUITY, Darcy served as President and Chief Technology Officer at Warner Bros. She held a number of management roles at CBS network operations in New York and Washington, D.C. news bureaus where she worked on projects in Saudi Arabia and in Kuwait during the Gulf War. She is a Class II Director on the Board of Cinemark. As a multinational patents holder, Darcy also serves on the advisory boards of Temple University’s College of Engineering and the Global Advisory Council for the professional Women’s Tennis Association (WTA).