Vubiquity, On Demand Alum Added to Executive Team to Help Oversee Localization Services Global Expansion

Burbank, Calif. –October 07, 2019 – IYUNO Media Group (IYUNO) announced the appointment of Allan Dembry to the role of Chief Technology Officer (CTO). Dembry’s hire will be announced live in the IYUNO Media Group’s Burbank and London facilities – where he will be splitting his time between LA and the UK while working closely with IYUNO Media Group’s CEO Shaun Gregory to oversee all aspects of the global organization’s technology. Allan will be focused on developing industry-leading platforms and technologies that will underpin the continued growth at IYUNO Media Group coming off the heels of the company’s recent merger with LA-based localization company, BTI Studios.

Allan will also be working closely with Executive Chairman David Lee to further develop the company’s progress to machine learning and artificial intelligence. Says Lee, “Our customer-centric vision at IYUNO Media Group means we want to be known for quality, efficiency and security. Allan will provide support in all of these areas. In addition, he will oversee our engineering, infrastructure and networking teams. Working with our experts across the globe, he’ll be looking at everything from development processes, all the way through to vendor relationships.”

Dembry is a technology executive with 20 years’ experience building teams and delivering solutions within the media sector. Designing and implementing a widespread of technical solutions from software to infrastructure. Prior to IYUNO, Dembry served as CTO at On Demand Group (ODG), a company connecting content owners and video distributors to deliver media to viewers, where he managed application development, data warehousing and business intelligence solutions.

After ODG was re-branded to Vubiquity, Dembry’s role changed to CIO where he was the technology lead for all aspects of software development and oversaw the IT infrastructure, support, software development, data warehousing & business intelligence solutions, and the company’s hosted video on demand (VOD) platforms. During this role he integrated disparate technology teams and solutions across US and UK post-acquisition between Avail-TVN and On Demand Group and successfully launched multiple OTT full end-to-end VOD consumer services, delivering Vubiquity’s first white-labeled direct-to-consumer services.

Dembry’s hire comes at an exciting time for UK-headquartered IYUNO, whose recent merger with LA-based localization company BTI Studios has positioned the newly formed company – retaining the name IYUNO Media Group, as a new market leader in the industry. With strong financial backing and access to leading-edge technology, as well as the continued investment by studios and networks into OTT and streaming content – IYUNO is poised to capitalize on the rapidly growing need for localization services globally.

“Allan is the right fit for IYUNO Media Group, which is in the middle of the largest growth period in the company’s history,” says IYUNO CEO Shaun Gregory. “I look forward to working closely with Allan as we drive the direct to consumer wave of content with our best-in-class localization services worldwide.”

“IYUNO Media Group is perfectly positioned in a red-hot marketplace where I feel my expertise will come to good use,” says Dembry. “I look forward to the next chapter in my career working for an organization that is taking localization services to an entirely new level.”

About IYUNO Media Group

IYUNO Media Group is the market leader in the localization industry with leading-edge technology providing dubbing, subtitling, and access services in any language. A technology trailblazer with grounded core values in an ever-changing industry, IYUNO Media Group uses its sophisticated in-house technology for all of its product and service offerings. Today, the company operates 40 local facilities globally, spanning a network of fully-owned local sites across 30 countries in Europe, Asia, and The Americas – offering clients end-to-end solutions for broadcasters, all major film studios, OTT and streaming platforms.