NORTH HOLLYWOOD, CA (September 2, 2021) … Cameron Douglas, Vice President of Home Entertainment for Fandango, has been re-elected as chairman of OTT.X, the national trade association for the OTT/streaming industry. This will be Douglas’ third term as chair.
Joining Douglas as officers are:
Jason Peterson, CEO of GoDigital Media Group, Katherine Pond, VP Business Development for VIZIO, and OTT.X past vice-chair Suyin Lim, Senior Director Content Acquisitions & Partnerships, Sony Playstation, will also serve on the association’s Executive Committee as at-large members.
Other members of the Board are:
“I look forward to another two years leading this engaged and vibrant group of Directors,” said Douglas. “OTT.X connects and nurtures our ecosystem, enabling innovation, collaboration and competiton. I am proud to devote my time to an organization so important to our industry.”
“The companies on the OTT.X Board of Directors represent the spectrum of our industy,” said Mark Fisher, OTT.X President and CEO. “They range from smaller independent studios to multi-billion dollar retailers, and include channels, networks, platforms, digital retailers, content providers, and service and technology providers. This breadth enables the Board to guide our path to stability and growth and ultimately the best support and services for our members.”
OTT.X is the 501(c)6 not-for-profit trade association that has been supporting the home entertainment industry for over 30 years.
OTT.X members form a global community of organizations throughout the OTT streaming industry and include content, service and technology providers, channels, platforms and retailers.
Through OTT.X’s live and on-line industry marketplaces, cross-industry business initiatives, leadership development seminars, industry conferences and community gatherings, the association facilitates a vibrant ecosystem of organizations continually advancing the consumer experience and business of delivering audio-visual entertainment through OTT technologies.
OTT.X (formerly EMA) was established in April 2006 through the merger of the Video Software Dealers Association (VSDA), founded in 1981, and the Interactive Entertainment Merchants Association (IEMA), organized in 1997.