Encompass Adds Mark Wilson-Dunn To Its EMEA Executive Team

Posted on August 8th, 2018 by juliett

Company appoints new Deputy Managing Director and SVP of Commercial in the region

LONDON and ATLANTA (8 August 2018)

Encompass Digital Media, a global technology services company delivering end-to-end video playout and distribution solutions to broadcast and digital media companies, adds Mark Wilson-Dunn to its EMEA executive team as Deputy Managing Director and Senior Vice President of Commercial for the region. In this role, Wilson-Dunn will oversee the company’s London and Riga facilities with focus on customer relationships and growing new business across the EMEA region.

“I am delighted to have joined Encompass at such an exciting time in the industry and have already been hugely impressed by the talented team and the incredible capabilities of the organization,” comments Wilson-Dunn.

“Mark’s extensive knowledge of the broadcast industry means he is perfectly placed to help us to continue to grow Encompass throughout EMEA and beyond,” states Marc Bruce, Encompass Managing Director – APAC & EMEA.

Prior to Encompass, Wilson-Dunn headed up BT’s Media and Broadcast division and led that business to some notable highlights, including the development of the Mosaic SaaS content workflow platform, delivering the first international, live 4K sports broadcast and the business awarded an Emmy® for ‘Pioneering and Productization of Supporting Digital Video using SDI over Fiber-Optic.’

About Encompass Digital Media

Encompass is a global technology services company focused on supporting TV networks, broadcasters, sports leagues and digital leaders with the delivery of their linear/nonlinear video content across television and digital platforms. Services include: global transmission and connectivity, channel playout, OTT/TV streaming and VOD, live events and disaster recovery. For more information, please visit www.encompass.tv, and follow us on social media – LinkedIn and Twitter.

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