Published October 31, 2012 12:23
Darcy serves as Vubiquity's Chief Executive Officer. Vubiquity is the largest global provider of multiplatform video services, working closely with both content owners and service providers to enable anytime, anywhere access to content. With experience, expertise, cross-industry relationships and technology platforms, Vubiquity helps its customers connect to and monetize opportunity in the areas of video-on-demand, linear content delivery, TV Everywhere, advanced advertising and data services.
Prior to joining Vubiquity, Darcy was President, Technical Operations and CTO at Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc., a post she held since January 2008. In this role, she influenced and directed Warner Bros.' technology strategy and vision to leverage growth and new business opportunities often associated with advancements in media and entertainment-related product and service innovations.
Before joining Warner Bros., Darcy worked for CBS in a number of lead management roles that encompassed responsibilities for the Network's operations in New York and Washington Operations for the CBS News Bureau in Washington, D.C. Darcy is a veteran of three Olympics for CBS Sports and a three-time Emmy winner for technical production and engineering, and also worked in news, heading up D.C. operations with assignments that included being stationed in Saudi Arabia and Kuwait during the Gulf War.
As a multinational Patents holder, she serves on advisory boards of technology companies and universities. She is also a board member of the Global Advisory Council for the professional Women's Tennis Association (WTA), providing counseling on new media and technology. Darcy is a recipient of Broadcasting and Cable's Technology Leadership Award and was selected to Video Business' Women Elite and named to The Hollywood Reporter's 2010 Digital Power 50 List. She was awarded the 2011 NAB TVNewsCheck Women in Technology Leadership Award and India's 2012 NASSCOM Innovator Leader Award.
Darcy holds a master's degree in finance from Fordham University and honors for work in the field of electrical engineering from her undergraduate alma mater, Temple University.