Aylsworth To Get Lifetime Achievement Emmy

Wendy Aylsworth — who spend more than two decades in tech roles as Warner Bros., most recently as SVP technology, and was the first woman president of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers — will receive the Charles F. Jenkins Lifetime Achievement Award at the Television Academy’s Engineering Emmy Awards on Oct. 24.

Previous WIT Leadership Winners

Renu Thomas is the fourth person to receive the Women in Technology Leadership Award. TVNewsCheck introduced the honor at the 2011 NAB Show 2011 — The first recipient was Darcy Antonellis, who at the time was president of technical operations of Warner Bros. Today, Antonellis is CEO of Vubiquity, a video services company involved in […]

Bridging The Gap Between Art And Tech

Although best known for her work in setting global tech standards, Warner Bros.’s Wendy Aylsworth is also a leader in communicating technology’s issues to Hollywood’s creative side.

NAB 2013

Honoring Tech Leader Wendy Aylsworth

Wendy Aylsworth, SVP of technology at Warner Bros. Technical Operations, on Tuesday received TVNewsCheck’s third annual Women in Technology Leadership Award at the NAB Show in Las Vegas.

NAB 2013

Aylsworth Takes Home Women In Tech Award

WOMEN IN TECHNOLOGY LEADERSHIP AWARD WINNER

Bridging The Gap Between Art And Tech

Although best known for her work in setting global technology standards, Warner Bros.’s Wendy Aylsworth is also a leader in communicating technology’s issues to Hollywood’s creative side. She’s this year’s recipient of TVNewsCheck‘s annual Women in Technology Leadership Award, which will be presented on April 9 at the NAB Show in Las Vegas.

TVNewsCheck To Honor WB’s Aylsworth

Wendy Aylsworth, tech SVP at Warner Bros. Technical Operations and the first woman to serve as president of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers, will receive TVNewsCheck’s third annual Women in Technology Leadership Award during April’s NAB Show in Las Vegas.

TECH SPOTLIGHT: SMPTE 2012

SMPTE To Spotlight Tech’s Latest Challenges

Highlights of next week’s annual conference include file transfers, IP infrastructure, cloud computing, captioning and compression systems for broadcasters. And as Wendy Aylsworth (pictured) becomes the group’s first woman president, SMPTE is stepping up its focus on recruiting more women and attracting computer literate young people into traditional engineering technologies.

SMPTE Names Wendy Aylsworth President

The Society of Motion Picture & Television Engineers chose the senior vice president of technology at Warner Bros. to succeed Pete Ludé with a two-year term.