Qube Cinema has announced the appointment of film technology heavyweight, Wendy Aylsworth, to its board.
As a specialist in emerging technologies, entertainment ecosystems, joint ventures, global facilities management and digital content production and distribution, Aylsworth most recently served as senior vice president of technology for Warner Bros. where she oversaw the establishment of new technologies and assessed the impact of emerging technologies on content creation and distribution.
With more than 35 years of experience working in the entertainment technology space, Aylsworth will play a critical role in supporting Qube Cinema’s continued growth strategy and strengthening its position as a leading international manufacturer of world-class end-to-end digital cinema technology and mastering solutions.
Rajesh Ramachandran, president of Qube Cinema, said of the appointment: “Wendy is an exceptional strategist who will bring significant sector qualifications and experience to the board.”
Aylsworth’s milestone appointment comes during a critical growth phase for Qube Cinema, with the recent unveiling of its revolutionary online digital cinema distribution service, Qube Wire, at the American Film Market (AFM); eliminating the outdated process of physical Digital Cinema Package (DCP) transportation.
She started her career as a software engineer in 1975, with stints at both The Walt Disney Company (director of engineering) and Warner Bros. Entertainment Group of Companies (senior vice president technology), before joining Waldon Pond in her current position as chief executive.