Noam Dromi is a media and technology executive specializing in cross platform communications programs for corporations, brands and entertainment companies. He currently serves as the COO of TempleHome, an architecture and design company developing an interactive media platform for the home improvement industry. He previously served as the Executive Producer and Sr. VP of New Media for CMP, a film and television advertising agency where he was responsible for overseeing digital media strategy on behalf of the firm's clients as well as developing and producing original programming.

  Prior to CMP, he served as SVP of Business Development and Brand Strategy for Cocojambo, where he oversaw the firm’s business development efforts to identify, license and develop branded entertainment properties.

Previously, Mr. Dromi served as the Senior Vice President of Content Development for Mandalay Branded Entertainment (MBE), the marketing and brand consultancy founded by former Sony Pictures Chairman and CEO Peter Guber. Noam and his team developed cross platform media programs for clients including Health South Corporation, Miller Brewing Company, Yahoo and Nokia. He had previously been the head of Mandalay's new media division, Mandalay E-Media, leading the company's efforts in strategic consulting for a wide range of corporate and entertainment clients.

Prior to his 4 year tenure with the Mandalay Entertainment Group, Dromi was Director of Development for Strangis/McCullough Productions, a television production company based in Los Angeles.

Dromi began his Hollywood career at the age of 15 as a production assistant on low budget Hollywood films. He has functioned in virtually every capacity on a film set; including assistant director, producer, writer, and a host of other job titles. Dromi has worked for many notable Hollywood producers and executives including Jerry Bruckheimer, Gary Adelson and Arnold Rifkin.
Together with Brad Rowe he is the co-host and producer of the talk radio podcast series MIPtalk – Conversations with the World’s Most Interesting People.

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