Terre Haute, Ind. -
said Tuesday that it has advanced Michael Frey to the newly created position of president, Sony DADC digital services, and named Dave Rubenstein to replace him as Sony DADC Americas president.
Frey will now lead global digital content delivery solutions within the Sony DADC organization. Initially, his team will focus on clients from the film and music industries, and the scope will expand to include additional industry verticals, including broadcast and book publishing.
"Over the past three years, Michael and his team have implemented an industry-leading supply-chain management system for our physical distribution business," said Dieter Daum, Sony DADC Global CEO. "In this new role, he will have the opportunity to implement it for our ever-expanding digital offerings."
Rubenstein, who comes to Sony DADC Americas from pre-recorded media supplier Cinram, where he was president and CEO, has more than 30 years experience in the home entertainment supply-chain industry.
Based in Marina Del Rey, Calif., Rubenstein will oversee all aspects of the company's manufacturing, physical distribution and transportation businesses in North and South America.
"Dave is a well-established industry veteran, and I am thrilled to have him join Sony DADC," Daum said in a statement. "I am confident that his leadership and knowledge of the industry will enable us to maintain and further our leadership in both the physical and digital areas of our industry."