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RCDb Expands Board of Advisors

Related Content Database (RCDb) announced that James Gosling, Kenny Miller, and Michael Naimark have joined its Board of Advisors.

According to the statement, RCDb provides communication software solutions and data services to Hollywood studios, network operators, and consumer electronics manufacturers. RCDb software solutions participate in the field of Internet connected Blu-ray players, and have now been ported to tru2way cable set-top boxes and Internet connected TVs.

“We are honored to welcome to our Board of Advisors a technology visionary such as James Gosling, an experienced digital media creative mind as Kenny Miller, and a ground breaking artist and researcher in Michael Naimark,” said Zane Vella, CEO of RCDb. “We are fortunate to have their insights, experience, and guidance as we grow RCDb to a premiere global information utility.”

James Gosling is credited as the inventor of the Java programming language and was until recently a Fellow at Sun Microsystems. James was also elected to the United States National Academy of Engineering. James provides strategic and technical guidance to the RCDb team.

Kenny Miller has founded multiple digital media initiatives including Noggin for Nickelodeon. Most recently, he was Executive Vice President, Creative Director Global Digital Media at MTV Networks. He is an accomplished senior executive and innovator in digital media, and brings to RCDb a wealth of experience in using advanced technology to enhance content development, production, distribution, and monetization.

Michael Naimark is a practicing media artist and currently a Research Associate Professor at the University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts. Michael helped found a number of prominent research labs including the MIT Media Laboratory, the Atari Research Lab, the Apple Multimedia Lab, and Interval Research Corporation. Michael is helping guide the evolution of RCDb and the growth of our contributor network.

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