About Dick Hubert

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Mr. Hubert founded Videoware Corporation in 1984 to help the business and broadcast communities create quality content and reach specific audiences using the latest electronic delivery systems.

Mr. Hubert is currently known for his expertise in planning and coordinating internet web sites with elegantly produced high quality video.

Over the years, however, he has developed expertise in creating targeted video programming for a variety of delivery systems, including over-the-air television, cable, satellite, videocassette, DVD, CD-ROM, direct mail, and high-end technologically advanced meeting production.

As Chairman and Executive Producer of Videoware, he has created, overseen, and contributed to a wide array of marketing communications, television, cable, DVD, and business-to-business projects, most notably in the financial services, medical, high technology, and broadcast news communities.

Prior to founding Videoware, Mr. Hubert

  • Was a Producer/Reporter for ABC Television News
  • Founded and was Executive Producer of the Urban America Unit of Westinghouse Broadcasting Company
  • Founded Gateway Productions, Inc., which was sold to Gannett Co., Inc.

Mr. Hubert’s professional honors include the George Foster Peabody Award, the DuPont-Columbia Award (a two time winner), the Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Journalism Award, the Amos Tuck Award for Economic Understanding from the Dartmouth Graduate School of Business, and the Chicago, San Francisco, and New York Film Festival Awards.

Among other professional activities, Mr. Hubert is a Member of The National Association of Television Program Executives (NATPE), the Writers Guild of America, East, and the American Federation of Television/Radio Artists (AFTRA).

A graduate of Amherst College, Mr. Hubert is an Amherst Trustee Emeritus. He also was a Swedish Government Fellow at the University of Stockholm, and served in the United States Army in Europe.