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Glenn Reitmeier

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Vice President of Technology Stan...

Phone: (212) ***-****  
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Local Address:  New York , New York , United States
NBC Universal
100 Universal City Plaza Bldg. 1360 2Nd Floor
Universal City , California 91608
United States

Company Description: Official NBC site for primetime, daytime and late night television shows. Television (TV) network includes soap opera, reality shows and more. Find additional...   more
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Education

  • master's degree , systems engineering
    University of Pennsylvania Moore School of Electrical Engineering , Philadelphia
  • bachelor's degree , engineering
    Villanova University
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Glenn Reitmeier, NBC Universal
Glenn Reitmeier, Chairman of the Board, 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 is a graduate of Villanova University and began his career by spending 25 years in digital video R&D at Sarnoff Laboratories. He holds over 50 patents in digital video technology. He was a key member of the Digital HDTV Grand Alliance, which ultimately lead to establishing the ATSC digital television standard and also served as Chairman of the ATSC from 2006-2009.
North American Broadcasters Association (NABA)
www.nabanet.com, 24 May 2015 [cached]
Glenn Reitmeier Senior Vice-President, Advanced Technology
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Glenn Reitmeier leads NBC Universal's technical efforts related to industry standards, government policy, commercial agreements and advanced engineering. Prior to joining NBC Universal in 2002, Glenn spent 25 years in digital video R&D at Sarnoff Laboratories, where he was instrumental in establishing the Component Digital Video standard for television production and the ATSC HDTV standard for television broadcasting. He currently serves the industry as the Chairman of the Board of the Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC), the Vice-President of the Open Authentication Technology Committee (OATC) and a Board member of the North American Broadcasters Association (NABA). Glenn is a Fellow of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE) and is a recipient of the Progress Medal and the Leitch Gold Medal. He is also an inaugural member of the Consumer Electronics Association's (CEA) Academy of Digital Television Pioneers and the recipient of the National Association of Broadcasters� (NAB) Television Engineering Award for lifetime achievement. He holds over 50 patents in digital video technology and is recognized in the New Jersey Inventors Hall of Fame.
BRENNER, REITMEIER TO RECEIVE ...
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BRENNER, REITMEIER TO RECEIVE NAB TECHNOLOGY ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS AT NAB SHOW
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Washington, DC - The National Association of Broadcasters announced today that radio engineering expert Paul Brenner and television technology innovator Glenn Reitmeier have been named the 2012 recipients of the NAB Engineering Achievement Award.
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Glenn Reitmeier is senior vice president, Technology Strategy & Policy for NBC Universal. He leads NBC Universal's technical efforts on industry standards, government policy, commercial agreements, anti-piracy operations and advanced engineering. He was involved in the creation of NBC's first high-definition cable channel, Universal-HD, launched DTV multicast programming and mobile broadcasting and the distribution of NBC-U content to new digital consumer devices, including PCs, game consoles and personal devices. From 2006-2009, Reitmeier served as chairman of the Advanced Television Systems Committee, which developed the ATSC Mobile DTV standard under his leadership.
Prior to joining NBC Universal, Reitmeier spent 25 years in digital video research and development at Sarnoff Laboratories. He is widely recognized as an architect of digital television. He was instrumental in establishing the ITU 601 component digital video standard, which is currently in worldwide use as the backbone of modern television broadcasting facilities. Reitmeier led the Sarnoff-Thomson-Philips-NBC development of Advanced Digital HDTV, which pioneered the use of MPEG compression, packetized transport and multiple video formats. He was a key member of the Digital HDTV Grand Alliance, taking a leadership role in establishing the ATSC Digital Television Standard. He holds over 50 patents in digital video technology. Reitmeier is a Fellow of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers and is a recipient of SMPTE's Progress Medal and the Leitch Gold Medal. He is recognized in the New Jersey Inventors Hall of Fame. In 2010 Mr. Reitmeier received a Broadcasting & Cable Technical Leadership Award.
Board of Directors
www.atsc.org, 23 Feb 2015 [cached]
Glenn Reitmeier, Chairman of the Board, 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. Glenn spent 25 years in digital video R&D at Sarnoff Laboratories. Early in his career, he was instrumental in establishing the ITU 601 component digital video standard that is the basis for SDI and HD-SDI. Glenn lead the Sarnoff-Thomson-Philips-NBC development of Advanced Digital HDTV, which pioneered the use of MPEG compression, packetized transport, and multiple video formats. He was a key member of the Digital HDTV Grand Alliance, which ultimately lead to establishing the ATSC digital television standard. Glenn served as Chairman of the ATSC from 2006-2009. He is President of the Open Authentication Technology Committee, and a Board member of the North American Broadcasters Association. Glenn is a Fellow of the SMPTE and is a recipient of the Progress Medal and the Leitch Gold Medal. He is also an inaugural member of CEA's Academy of Digital Television Pioneers and a recipient of the NAB Television Engineering Award for lifetime achievement. He holds over 50 patents in digital video technology and is recognized in the New Jersey Inventors Hall of Fame.
Motorola Digital Receiver Technology 8-VSB, Solves Multipath Problem
www.apspg.com, 17 May 2000 [cached]
Glenn Reitmeier, Vice President for DTV and Web Media at Sarnoff, said the new chip means that all of the capabilities of the ATSC standard will be available to TV set makers and their customers, the viewers."The MCT 2100 is a major step forward in implementing the perfect pictures and reliable data transmission that the creators of the ATSC standard intended for DTV and HDTV."
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