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About RonMar

Award-winning executive producers Roni Selig and Marcie Mulé have joined forces to create this innovative new video production company. With a talented team of producers, editors, writers and digital media creatives, RonMar Studios creates unscripted content from long form documentaries and reality programs to digital fundraisers, livestreams and National PSA campaigns.

RonMar Studios’ mission is to create meaningful, thought-provoking content that speaks to the world’s current state-of-affairs, with the ultimate goal of moving the needle.

The Team

Roni Selig is an innovative leader who has built strong teams responsible for launching successful multimedia brands, creating award-winning content and fostering loyal target audiences — with the ultimate goal of moving the needle. 

She served as the Executive Producer for Dr. Sanjay Gupta, Chief Medical Correspondent at CNN. As the Senior Executive Producer and Director for CNN’s Health, Wellness & Medical Unit, she led coverage for Dr. Sanjay Gupta and Senior Medical Correspondent Elizabeth Cohen. 

Under Roni’s direction, CNN Health received over two dozen awards, honors and nominations — including Emmy, Peabody and DuPont awards. 

Awards include:

  • Separated: Saving the Twins, an Emmy Award-winning documentary on the separation of conjoined twins with Dr. Sanjay Gupta 
  • Weed, Gupta’s four-part series on medical marijuana, winner of the 2015 Alfred I. DuPont Columbia Journalism Award 
  • Terror in the Dust, a documentary on the 10-year anniversary of 9/11 
  • Toxic Towns, an Emmy-nominated documentary about the effects of toxic substances on human health 
  • Big Hits, Broken Dreams, a documentary on concussions among kids
  • Deadly Dose, a documentary on opioid addiction 
  • Sanjay Gupta, MD, a weekly series nominated for four Daytime Emmys for Outstanding Special Class Series 
  • Breaking-news coverage of major events, including a Peabody Award for CNN’s team coverage of the Gulf Oil Spill, as well as recognition by the National Headliner Awards for Another Day Cheating Death, and Anderson Cooper 360’s Inside the Battle Zone: Afghanistan. Other breaking coverage includes the earthquake in Nepal, the Ebola epidemic in Africa and the US, the Boston marathon bombings, famine in Somalia, the earthquake in Haiti, flooding in Pakistan, and the tsunami in Japan. 

Before CNN, Roni also won two Emmy Awards for her role as co-executive producer of the Rosie O’Donnell Show and one Emmy as showrunner for Good Morning America. She co-developed the pilot and senior produced The View for Barbara Walters. 

Selig was appointed the Senior Vice President of East Coast Programming and Development for Disney’s Buena Vista Productions, overseeing Who Wants To Be a MillionaireLive with Regis and Kelly and The Tony Danza Show

Selig, with founding partners Geraldine Laybourne, Oprah Winfrey and Carsey-Werner-Mandabach, served on the launch team for Oxygen and Executive Produced its anchor show, Pure Oxygen. During that period she led coverage of 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center. 

As Vice President of East Coast Programming for Columbia Tri-Star Television, she was program executive for The Ricki Lake Show and worked with Dick Clark on developing The Tempestt Bledsoe Show. Prior to Columbia TriStar, she produced coverage of D-Day at 50, an ABC News–GMA special with Peter Jennings and Joan Lunden in Normandy. Selig was Director of Programming at Lifetime Television. Selig began as a producer in Boston for WCVB-TV and later WNEV-TV. 

In addition to television, Selig has produced on Broadway. She received a Tony nomination as co-producer of Arthur Miller’s The Crucible with stars Liam Neeson and Laura Linney. She also worked on the Tony award-winning revival of One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest starring Gary Sinise.

Marcie Mulé is an award-winning television producer having made a name for herself in the entertainment industry with hits such as the two-time Emmy winning Kathy Griffin, My Life On The D-List & the star studded Celebrity Poker Showdown, both for Bravo. She is no stranger to running a production company. In 1997, she co-founded Picture This Television (PTTV) a full service production company and during her eleven years running the company, she was instrumental in developing and producing programming for Bravo, Lifetime, Oxygen, MTV, HGTV, Food Network, WeTV, Logo, PBS, and Buena Vista. Upon its inception, the company launched TV411, a groundbreaking educational series targeting the nation’s 90 million functionally illiterate adults. Over the course of three seasons, the series won two Emmy Awards and became one of the largest literacy initiatives in the country.

In 2011, Marcie sold her interest in PTTV and became VP/Head of Programming at True Entertainment (now Truly Original) where she oversaw Bravo’s ratings blockbuster The Real Housewives of Atlanta for two seasons. She also helped cast and launch Logo’s hit docu-series, The A-List: New York. While at True Entertainment, she played a key role in revamping the format of Whose Wedding is it Anyway? for the Style Network; launched the competition build series, Catch it Keep It for Discovery’s Science Channel; and Emergency Level One, for TLC, a verité series set in one of the Nation’s busiest trauma wards.

She went on to Engel Entertainment, also as Head of Programming, where she lent her editorial hand on the first two seasons of Animal Planet’s North Woods Law, and was also instrumental in developing and selling Untying The Knot for Bravo.

Leveraging extensive experience in strategic production planning, her broad areas of expertise include leadership, client and media relations, PR, producing, writing and directing short form to long form media content, financial budgeting and management, legal, post-production, and high performance team-building.  Marcie is a storyteller to the core and uses her journalistic instincts and high creative standards to bring life and viability to every project she takes on.

Mule’ is also an Adjunct Professor at Buffalo State College and a former instructor at the New York Film Academy.