Randolph “Randy” Blotky

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Randolph “Randy” Blotky, a prominent senior entertainment industry executive, attorney, physicist and a leader in the entertainment/ technology space, was appointed CEO of the Digital Cinema Distribution Coalition in 2013 after serving as DCDC’s principal consultant since 2010. Mr. Blotky is leading the rollout of the historic film distribution coalition, which uses the latest in digital distribution technologies to provide both content companies and exhibitors with highly reliable, fast, secure and cost-effective theatrical digital delivery services capable of supporting feature, promotional, pre-show and live content distribution.

Mr. Blotky signed on to lead the groundbreaking venture after spending the past decade as Chairman-CEO of Technology Convergence Partners LLC, a consultancy focused on advising companies about the design and implementation of technology-enabled new business models.

Previously, he served in senior executive capacities in the media and entertainment industry, most recently as head of consumer products expansion at Warner Bros. There, he grew revenues from $20 million to more than $700 million within five years and implemented new business technology and convergence initiatives across all Time Warner divisions.

Prior to Warner Bros., Mr. Blotky held various executive positions in the media and entertainment industry at MGM/UA, United Artists Television and CBS since 1985. Earlier, he was an attorney and partner in the Los Angeles law firm of Mitchell, Silberberg and Knupp, where he specialized in entertainment and media law, and worked as a physicist in the Southern California aerospace industry.

Mr. Blotky holds a B.S. in engineering physics from the University of California, Berkeley, attended graduate school in astrophysics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a J.D. from the University of California, Los Angeles School of Law. He is a member of the California State Bar and the American Bar Association, and a past member of the National Conference for Community and Justice, the Entertainment Technology Center (past chair) of USC, and the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, among other professional and civic associations.