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Glenn A. Reitmeier

Vice President, Technology Standards, Policy and Strategy

NBC Universal

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NBC Universal

100 Universal City Plaza

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 information on the official NBC TV site. ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Chairman

Advanced Television Systems Committee Inc


Position, Digital Video Research and Development

Sarnoff Corporation


Affiliations

Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers

Fellow


NAB

Board Member


North American Broadcasters Association

Chairman of the Advanced Television Systems Committee, the Vice President of the Open Authentication Technology Committee and A Board Member


Consumer Electronics Association's Academy of Digital Television Pioneers

Inaugural Member


CEA's Academy of Digital Television Pioneers

Inaugural Member


Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc

Board Member


IP Media Expo

Board Member


JD Events LLC

Board of Advisors Member


NABA

Vice-Chair of the Technical Committee


Digital HDTV Grand Alliance

Key Member


ITU

Founder


International Telecommunication Union

Founder


Villanova University

Adjunct Faculty Member In the Department of Electrical Engineering


Education

Master's degree

Systems Engineering

University of Pennsylvania


bachelor's degree

engineering

Villanova University


Web References(161 Total References)


ATSC 3.0 is the next big thing coming from broadcasters, and they're in heavy sales mode now

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Yes, that's Glenn Reitmeier, esteemed CTAM Tech Advisory Board member, as well as being the ATSC 3.0 Board Chairman, and SVP/ Advanced Technology Standards & Policy for NBC Universal.


VidTrans 07 Presentations - Video Services Forum, Inc.

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With experts Harvey Benedict, Verisign, Rich Friedel of Fox, Glenn Reitmeier, NBC Universal, and Harry Katz of Arnold & Porter, Jim Kutzner, PBS
Glenn Reitmeier, NBC Universal


Board of Directors - ATSC

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Glenn Reitmeier
Glenn Reitmeier Glenn Reitmeier, NBC Universal Glenn Reitmeier is Senior Vice President of Technology Standards & Policy at NBC Universal, leading technical efforts on industry standards, government policy, and commercial agreements. Current ATSC Board member and former ATSC Chairman for six years, Reitmeier is a graduate of Villanova University and began his career by spending 25 years in digital video R&D at Sarnoff Laboratories. He was a key member of the Digital HDTV Grand Alliance technology and policy teams, which laid the foundation for establishing the ATSC 1.0 digital television standard. His career contributions have been recognized by the NAB TV Engineering Achievement Award, the SMPTE Progress Medal and the NJ Inventors Hall of Fame. He holds more than 50 patents.


North American Broadcasters Association (NABA)

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Glenn Reitmeier
Senior Vice-President, Advanced Technology NBCUniversal 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, Reitmeier 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 served three terms as the Chairman of the Board of the Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC) and continues on the board. Reitmeier is the President of the Open Authentication Technology Committee (OATC), 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.


Board of Directors - ATSC

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Glenn Reitmeier
Glenn Reitmeier Glenn Reitmeier, NBC Universal Glenn Reitmeier is Senior Vice President of Technology Standards & Policy at NBC Universal, leading technical efforts on industry standards, government policy, and commercial agreements. Current ATSC Board member and former ATSC Chairman for six years, Reitmeier is a graduate of Villanova University and began his career by spending 25 years in digital video R&D at Sarnoff Laboratories. He was a key member of the Digital HDTV Grand Alliance technology and policy teams, which laid the foundation for establishing the ATSC 1.0 digital television standard. His career contributions have been recognized by the NAB TV Engineering Achievement Award, the SMPTE Progress Medal and the NJ Inventors Hall of Fame. He holds more than 50 patents.


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