It's my pleasure to promote intellectual properties, like Media Street, to eager audiences and consumers who want the hottest and best available - with digital speed.
New York, NY (PRWEB) April 21, 2007
Media Street, the award winning digital solutions innovator, proudly announces the appointment of marketing architect Gia'na Garel to their dynamic 2007 -2008 campaign. Dubbed by New York Trend as a talent who "...does it all," and titled a visionary by a host of notable clientele, Garel is excited about the opportunity.
With the past two years spent talking to millions of listeners globally, and writing for publications dedicated to reaching the masses, Garel feels primed in understanding today's current market trends. She has built her career on linking fresh ideas with content vehicles - from film and TV to radio, print and fashion.
Garel's philosophy about technology and media is quite comprehensive. "This is the most obvious era to marry content that is not just entertaining but enlightening, with digital technology that dares to include you as an interactive participant. I'm focused on bridging bright ideas, from stellar talent to the myriad forms of distribution available via the digital realm." she says. "It's my pleasure to promote intellectual properties, like Media Street, to eager audiences and consumers who want the hottest and best available - with digital speed."
Garel's perspectives, alongside rap icon Chuck D of Public Enemy, have been firing up the airwaves for the past two years; on their weekly, national radio program "On The Real" (Air America/XM). The 38-year-old writer, filmmaker, and consultant seems born with dexterity and cutting edge ideas; begun as an entrepreneurial prodigy and cultivated by years of dedication into a seasoned professional. Garel, through the years of perfecting her skills, has covered a multitude of genres from film, television, radio, print and publishing to successful business ventures.
Her work with Media Street is geared towards introducing its unique and award-winning technology to content building opportunities; including celebrity endorsed ventures and organizations/artists seeking household branding potential.
Since its launch and introduction via retail markets, Media Street has begun to position itself as a forerunner in the development of high tech, portable media devices and mainstream 'content ready' media players. Founder/CEO Norm Levy says of Media Street's current agenda - "We are thrilled to work with Gia'na as her enthusiasm, capability, personality and dedication towards success parallels our own vision and ambition. She is exactly what we were looking for, to help us breakout to the next level. Our retailers, consumers and prospects will all benefit from her energy and her ideas, that will help Media Street become a major force in consumer electronics."
Media Street's celebrity and international presence will be expanded during the tenure of new consultant, Gia'na Garel whose media savvy and keen public relations sense will guide them into the spotlight - bringing captivating content to an 'Player' near you.
About Media Street:
Founded June of 2000, Media Street blazed into the new millennium as an innovative manufacturer for a variety of visual digital solutions including: archival digital ink, digital picture frames, portable media players, cross-over electronics and so much more. The company's tag line is its creed: "It's All About Your Images", and that is a direct reflection of Media Street's award - winning commitment to images and imaging and most recently digital music with the launch of Beyond.fm as a tie-in to its media players. Since its existence, the company has improved the quality of imaging life for more than 10,000 customers in over 100 countries. Media Street's latest inventive products for audio and visual impression sharing will continue to raise the bar. Media Street's eMotion products have been requested for the Official Gift Bags for The Oscars, The Grammy's and most recently for Hollywood's NAACP Image Awards http://MediaStreet.com/naacp.