WASHINGTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Women in Cable Telecommunications (WICT) today announced that Darcy
Antonellis, CEO of VUBIQUITY, Inc. will deliver an opening keynote
address at the WICT Tech It Out Conference on October 15, 2015.
VUBIQUITY is the largest global provider of premium content managed
services and technical solutions.
The program will also feature a panel of experts who will explore the
intersection between leadership and technology. Moderated by Marva
Johnson, Corporate VP, Government & Industry Affairs at Bright House
Networks, panelists include Maggie Bellville, VP, U.S.
Communications, Media & Entertainment Industry, Hitachi Consulting Corp; Sandra
K. Howe, SVP, Global Marketing, ARRIS; and 2015 Women in
Technology Award honoree, Vibha Rustagi, President & CEO,
itaas, Inc., a Cognizant company.
Mark Dzuban, President/CEO of SCTE will conclude the Tech It Out
Conference with closing remarks that address the need for more gender
and ethnic diversity in cable technology. “We are delighted to have such
a strong cohort of technology leaders address our audience of women and
people of color in cable tech. Darcy Antonellis, as an engineer and a
CEO, will serve as a superlative opening to a full program of leadership
and learning,” said Maria E. Brennan, CAE, WICT President &
The 2015 Tech It Out Conference will be held inside of SCTE’s Cable-Tec
Expo, taking place in New Orleans, LA. In addition to informative
presentations on leadership development, the Tech It Out format will
allow time for networking and a guided group tour of select SCTE
Darcy Antonellis serves as VUBIQUITY’s Chief Executive Officer, a
position she’s held since January 2014. VUBIQUITY, a privately held
media and entertainment company, is the largest global provider of
premium content managed services and technical solutions. Previously,
Antonellis served as President, Technical Operations and CTO at Warner
Brothers. She is a veteran of three Olympics for CBS Sports, and is a
three-time Emmy winner for technical production and engineering.
Antonellis holds an MBA with concentration in finance from Fordham
University and honors for work in the field of electrical engineering
from her undergraduate alma mater, Temple University.
Registration is complimentary for SCTE attendees but limited; complete
registration details are posted on the WICT
WICT proudly recognizes the sponsors of the 2015 Tech It Out Conference: Bright
House Networks (Platinum), ARRIS (Silver), Cisco
(Bronze), Juniper Networks and Scripps Networks Interactive
(Patron) and industry partners SCTE, NAMIC, and the Walter
Kaitz Foundation. In addition, WICT recognizes Bright House
Networks as the Presenting Sponsor of the Women in Technology
Award, which is awarded in conjunction with SCTE and Cablefax.
For over thirty-five years, Women in Cable Telecommunications (WICT) has
partnered with cable and telecommunications leaders to provide
professional development programs, research and services that help
advance women in cable media. With 10,000 members, WICT is the oldest
and largest professional association serving women in the cable and
telecommunications industry. Comcast NBCUniversal, Time Warner
Cable, Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. and Suddenlink
Communications are WICT’s Strategic Touchstone Partners. Please
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