Dew Allen-Wiuff is the CEO and founder of Entertainment Media Services. His background with technology dates back to the early 1980s when he graduated from South Central College, in Mankato, Minnesota, with a degree in Computer Systems Technology. Dew Allen landed his first job with Unisys Systems as a Customer Engineer. The position took him to Alaska and Germany, working as a civilian on defense computer systems. When returning to the U.S. he was employed at a Minnesota school district as the Computer Coordinator which involved administrative computer networking and operations.
In May 2011, Dew Allen developed a music magazine print and website publications. The publications grew a following with his freelancer's exclusive photographs, interviews, and articles of many well-known artists in the music industry.
In 2014, Dew Allen participated with the video equipment transport and set-up on the Bruce Springsteen "High Hopes USA Tour". The experience of being involved with a major concert tour definitely influenced his future media plans. Dew Allen had a passion for media that next landed him in a suburb of the Minneapolis region involving television production and camera operations.
In 2015, Entertainment Media Services became a registered business located in the Minneapolis, Minnesota region. In 2017, the company registered for a United States Service Mark basing its business model on live television-like webcast productions. The company produces simulcast high-definition video and audio feeds in the live entertainment market, including pay-per-view productions from venues throughout the USA.