MediaMation Inc. (MMI), providers of innovative technological solutions to the themed entertainment and amusement market, has announced Daniel Jamele, the company’s co-founder, is to revive his role as CEO.
Daniel and Alison Jamele founded the company in 1991. Over the years, MMI has been involved in many high-profile, award-winning projects, including collaborating with some of the biggest theme park brands in the world, such as Disney, Universal, Six Flags, and more.
Daniel Jamele was CEO for 25 years, until taking a three-year hiatus. Now MMI has announced its co-founder is stepping into the shoes of CEO once more.
Jamele plans to drive MMI forward following the disruption of the last two years, and to showcase new projects and products. Also on the agenda is a move of company headquarters. The movie programming team will soon be relocating to a new state-of-the-art programming/demo studio, which was formerly owned by recording artist and jazz composer and pianist, David Benoit.
Commenting on resuming his position, Daniel Jemele said: “I look forward to the reopening of both the cinema and theme park industries and MediaMation’s sustained growth in both markets. We are so grateful to our clients, employees, and friends that helped us to weather that storm and come out with more opportunities!”