Landmark Cinema’s COO Goes CEO

By | December 7, 2007 4:43 am PST

Landmark Theatres’ chief operating officer Ted Mundorff has been promoted to the post of CEO, putting him in charge of the 58 properties in 28 US markets. From Variety article:

Former CEO Bill Banowsky will continue to develop business opportunities for Landmark.

For the past year, Mundorff has helped oversee Landmark’s expansion, including the opening of flagship theater, the Landmark, on the Westside. All told, the circuit has increased its screen count by 19% in the past 12 months.

Mundorff was instrumental in the opening last month of Landmark’s newest theater in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. Slated to open in December is the Landmark Greenwood Village in the Tech Center of Denver.

No word on digital, which Landmark has been growing in their own unique way for the past few years, but Mundorff did get in place a big media deal with Samsung.

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Patrick was a Senior Analyst at Screen Digest, went on to launch the digital cinema operations of Unique and Deluxe Europe, then digitised Bollywood at Adlabs/RMW, and now writes, consults and appears on panels about cinema all over the world.
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