Jeromy Young, the co-founder of Atomos, has returned to the video technology firm as managing director and CEO.

Young, who was previously CEO of Atomos for over 10 years, retired from executive duties in November 2021.


Jeromy Young, Atomos

He takes over from Managing Director and CEO Trevor Elborne who has resigned.

Young said: “I feel privileged and very excited to be back at the head of the company I helped to build. I have a very clear vision of how to return Atomos to a powerful and growing tech company and I’m already working with the team to realize this.”

Young added: “The last year has been a challenging one for many companies in the broadcast and professional video industry, Atomos included, but there are some green shoots and many opportunities.”

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Additionally, after almost seven years with the business, Chief Financial Officer James Cody has resigned to pursue other business interests. Cody will leave the business at the end of January 2024 following a handover period.

Paul Greenberg, Atomos Chair, said: “On behalf of the Board and all the Atomos team, I would like to thank both Trevor and James for their efforts over the past twelve and seven years, respectively, and wish them well in the next chapter in their careers.

“Trevor has made an outstanding contribution to Atomos over the years, starting as one of the founding employees and since then playing a key role in helping shape the technology strategy of the business. James was instrumental in positioning Atomos for its listing in 2018 and always conducts himself with the utmost level of professionalism.”

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