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MovieAd founder Noah retires

March 12, 2013

Moviead announced the retirement of its founder and president, Emil T. Noah, Jr.

Noah has served the motion picture industry for over 50 years. Starting his career as an usher in Buffalo, New York, he advanced to director of advertising for Cinemette Corp in Pittsburgh, Pa. From there he founded Moviead and created many innovative movie theatre graphic products such as an ad-slick service and later full-color title art and printed products.

Taking the reins as president and chief operating officer is former VP of operations E.J. Noah, a 25-year veteran of the company. Moviead also added Lincy Christmas, formerly of Pelican Productions, to the sales and marketing staff.

Moviead will be exhibiting at booth 636f at the mid-April CinemaCon convention in Las Vegas.


MovieAd founder Noah retires

March 12, 2013

Moviead announced the retirement of its founder and president, Emil T. Noah, Jr.

Noah has served the motion picture industry for over 50 years. Starting his career as an usher in Buffalo, New York, he advanced to director of advertising for Cinemette Corp in Pittsburgh, Pa. From there he founded Moviead and created many innovative movie theatre graphic products such as an ad-slick service and later full-color title art and printed products.

Taking the reins as president and chief operating officer is former VP of operations E.J. Noah, a 25-year veteran of the company. Moviead also added Lincy Christmas, formerly of Pelican Productions, to the sales and marketing staff.

Moviead will be exhibiting at booth 636f at the mid-April CinemaCon convention in Las Vegas.

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