Glenn Reitmeier is SVP, Technology Standards and Policy at NBC Universal, where he contributes to technical standards in the broadcast, cable, internet and consumer electronics industries and to the technical aspects of the company’s government policy positions and commercial agreements. Prior to joining NBC Universal in 2002, he spent 25 years in digital video research at RCA/Sarnoff Laboratories, where he was instrumental in establishing the Component Digital Video standard for television production and the ATSC HDTV standard for television broadcasting. Glenn contributes his vision and leadership as a Board member of the Advanced Television Systems Committee, the North American Broadcasters Association and the Open Authentication Technology Committee, previously serving as Chairman of both ATSC and OATC. He is a Fellow of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers and is a recipient of the Progress Medal and the Leitch Gold Medal. He is also an inaugural member of the Consumer Technology Association’s Academy of Digital Television Pioneers and a recipient of the National Association of Broadcasters’ Television Engineering Award for lifetime achievement. Glenn holds 60 patents and is a member of the New Jersey Inventors Hall of Fame.