Howard has been working in the international film and technology space for over 30 years. He started at Orion Pictures in home and theatrical distribution back in in New Yok in 1989 and moved on to work at PolyGram Film from 1993 to 1999. In 1999, Howard became CFO of Universal Pictures International based in London overseeing the growth of that company from $300m to over $1 billion in revenue.
In 2005, he became CEO of start-up Arts Alliance Media (AAM), owner of LOVEFiLM. After selling LOVEFiLM to Amazon in 2007, AAM carried on with its digital cinema business helping to convert key exhibitors in Europe, Africa and Latin America to digital via the Hollywood studio backed Virtual Print Fee (VPF) agreements. Off the back of the VPF agreements, AAM built a global cinema software business which now touches over 45,000 screens worldwide.
In 2014, Howard left AAM and became CEO of international theatrical versioning and distribution company, Motion Picture Solutions while simultaneously founding the first worldwide, Day and Date home cinema company Bel Air Cinema.
Most recently, Howard has been based in Los Angeles and served as CEO of 4D immersive experience provider, MediaMation Inc while also working for Guangzhou based Luxin-Rio which owns AAM, among other assets in the cinema technology space. Howard joined DCDC as CEO in July of 2021.