A DIGITAL MEDIA COMPANY
ABOUT US | WHY WE DO WHAT WE DO
IN THE BEGINNING...
JoeJam Media was originally known as just JoeJam, a computer and tech consulting company. In the late 1990s, my late father, Joseph Victor McDonald founded the company with its primary services tailored to tech. Computer repair, network management, maintenance and web development.
The name JoeJam was derived from his two sons, his oldest (myself) Joseph McDonald, I go by Joe, and his youngest Jason Austin McDonald. The combination of the first portion of my name, "Joe", and the initials of my brother, "JAM" is how the name JoeJam came about.
As all great company developments would have it, my father started this company out of his garage and it was his love of tech that gave him the passion he had for this company. Eventually dad incorporated photography, videography and a few more business services that brought the company together as a whole. My father was a brilliant man, as all sons would say about their father, and this is what made JoeJam Media strive for excellence while offering our services and providing our services to our clients.
IN LOVING MEMORY
Joseph Victor McDonald | Founder of JoeJam Media
A father, a brother, a son... an inspiration and a role model. For someone whos passion not only touched his work but also inspired those around him, words cannot express the reverence we hold for a man who brought direction, patience and love to everyone and for everything he did.
We remember you Dad, we miss you everyday.
A salute to our brothers in arms, JoeJam Media is a veteran owned business.
US Army | 319th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment
BIOGRAPHY | JOEY MCDONALD | OWNER/Operator
US Army Sergeant Joseph McDonald
Sergeant Joseph McDonald assumed duties as a Public Affairs Non-commissioned Officer in the 319th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment (MPAD), Columbia, South Carolina in June of 2020. He previously served as a Public Affairs Non-commissioned Officer of the 210th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment, Cary, North Carolina. Following graduation from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University with a bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Mass Communication, in 2008, Sgt. McDonald began working in the news media industry as a videographer, shooting for CNN, NBC and ABC news. He enlisted as a Specialist in the United States Army Reserves in August 2011, serving 7 years as an 88m – Motor Transport Operator for the 414th “King of the Road” Transportation Company in Orangeburg, South Carolina, and the 991st “Hook and Roll” Transportation Company in Salisbury, North Carolina. Sgt. McDonald re-enlisted in the Army Reserves as a 46S – Public Affairs Mass Communication Specialist for the 210th MPAD in August of 2018. Sgt. McDonald is a graduate of the first 46 Sierra Basic Public Affairs Specialist Course at the Defense Information School, Fort Meade, Maryland. Sgt. McDonald is the recipient of Army Achievement Medal (2nd Award), National Defense Service Medal (2nd Award), and Army Service Ribbon, U.S Army National Brumfield Award Winner, U.S. Army Reserve Videographer of the Year award and U.S. Army Reserve Keith L. Ware Nominee. Currently Sgt. McDonald owns a small business JoeJam, a digital media company, in North Carolina.