Jamie Weissenborn

Jamie Weissenborn is an LA – based management consultant and former studio executive with an extensive background in marketing and advertising. He is currently a board member, advisor, and investor to a handful of early and mid-stage companies in the content, AI, and online publishing spaces. Jamie is also an adjunct professor, marketing and communications, at Loyola Marymount University.

Over the last decade, Weissenborn was GM for Dutch-based ZoominTV, Chief Revenue Officer for eSports and gaming behemoth Machinima (now part of WarnerMedia,) and Senior Vice President at boutique management consultancy MediaLink.

At MediaLink, Weissenborn worked with leading YouTube talent and social media influencer companies, and, helped launch the first urban music network – Sean Combs’ Revolt TV.

Prior to that, Weissenborn held senior-level roles at Sony Pictures, Univision and Viacom in the television and theatrical divisions. In each position, he spearheaded new venture strategies aimed at future-proofing the traditional entertainment business. He was also a member of the Sony Worldwide Marketing Council and had oversight of offices in London, NY, LA and Tokyo.

Jamie’s earliest executive roles were at Comedy Central, and Bill Gross’ pioneering start-up incubator – idealab!

While working at broadcasters like Univision and Revolt TV, Jamie recognized the ongoing shift in U.S. demographics, and their effect on media consumption habits. As a result, Weissenborn took advisory roles at Hispanic automotive publisher Autoproyecto, and, Urban social media producer BlackTreeTV. Also of note, Jamie licensed the first urban animated series to Netflix.

He is currently Board Director at AI Collaborator, General Pencil Company, and investor / advisor at commercial music start-up, SmashHaus.

Jamie’s favorite pastimes include, holidays with his wife and two children, writing screenplays, bodysurfing with his kids and playing guitar.