We want to be known as the agencies' agency
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) March 14, 2007
http://www.dnacreativemedia.com has announced today that Arlene Howard Public Relations (AHPR, Inc.) is representing them to maximize media exposure for the advertising/marketing firm and their roster of clients.
The duo's first major project will be in conjunction with "ReNew Orleans" a seven part television series Executive Produced by Damon Harman, CEO of DNA Creative Media surrounding the creation of a new community center in Mid-City New Orleans. The entire show is sponsored by national brands through DNA Creative Media. The series will remind Americans of the culture, music, food and beauty of New Orleans that they loved before "Katrina" while bringing national recognition to the brands that are making the community center possible. DNA is currently in negotiations to bring the series to a major cable network.
"We hope that this project will help bring New Orleans back into the positive national spotlight. We have teamed up with AHPR to help us make this a reality," said Harman. Harman founded DNA Creative Media in 2006 as a full service advertising/marketing agency with a niche specialization in branded programming. "We want to be known as the agencies' agency," reveals Harman. "Our unique branded entertainment business model is already proving attractive to other advertising/marketing firms as a lucrative supplement to more traditional marketing campaigns."
Harman's credits include commercials for Coca Cola, Emporio Armani, Calvin Klein, Eckerd Drugstore and national promos for Cinemax Asia, Fox Family Worldwide, Pax TV, and Blind Date. Television credits include Fox Family Channel's "Courage", hosted by Danny Glover. Damon Harman is the co-creator and the Executive Producer on MTV's "Taildaters" (2002), which aired 130 episodes in 4 seasons. In July 2003 he Executive Produced MTV's "Burned," which ran 30 episodes. In 2004 Harman partnered with Steve Harvey and Rushion McDonald to executive produce "Pulled Over" for E! Entertainments' Style Network, hosted by Nia Peoples. In February 2005 he successfully raised money for Tsunami Relief by directing and producing an ensemble music video. Artists included Brian McKnight, Mya, Nate Dogg, and many others. The song and video sold on iTunes and all proceeds went to Tsunami Relief.
AHPR is a boutique public relations firm located in Los Angeles. Founded in 2002 by Arlene Howard, AHPR brings fifty years of corporate and public relations experience to this project. Arlene was formerly PR Executive of Joseph E. Levine's Embassy Pictures during the heyday of runaway production in Rome, Italy and was Executive Vice President, Corporate Public Relations and Company Spokesperson at Pathe/MGM. The firm's wide range of clients includes Fortune 500 medical manufacturers, medical professionals, auto dealerships, investment banking firms, and Internet based companies. http://www.arlenehowardpr.com