10.10.2012 08:33 AM
SMPTE Announces Results of 2012 Society Elections
New officers to serve beginning January
HOLLYWOOD–The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE) today announced the results of the organization’s elections for officers and governors.  All newly elected Officers and Governors will take office on January 1, 2013.
The new officers are: 

President: Wendy Aylsworth, senior vice president of technology for Warner Bros.

Executive Vice President: Robert P. Seidel, CBS Television Network’s vice president of engineering and advanced technology.

Financial Vice President for 2013: Senior Vice President of TV compression technology at CBS Television Network Matthew Goldman.

Education Vice-President: Patrick Douglas Griffis,
 senior director of technology strategy for the office of the CTO
Dolby Laboratories.

Treasurer/Secretary: Ann Marie Rohaly, 
director of accessibility for policy and standards at
Microsoft Corporation

The election also included the appointment of regional governors:

Canadian Region: Pierre Marion, 
director of media engineering, productions, French services at 

Central Region: William T. Hayes,
 director of engineering and technology for
Iowa Public Television

Eastern Region: Peter Wharton,
 director of sales for the Americas and file-based solutions at
Miranda Technologies, Inc.

Europe, The Middle East, Africa, Central and South America Region: Angelo D’Alessio,
 director and GMC for Cine Design Group

Hollywood Region: Leon Silverman,
 general manager of digital studio 
for Walt Disney Studios, and Clyde Smith,
 senior vice president of new technology at
 FOX Networks Engineering and Operations

New York Region: William Charles Miller, 
president of
Miltag Media Technology

Southern Region: T.J. Scott, Jr.,
 senior account manager at
 Grass Valley USA

SMPTE 2012 will be from Oct. 23 to Oct 25 at the Loews Hollywood Hotel.

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