Concord, MA (PRWEB) June 29, 2009
Internet content pioneer Michael Kolowich, an Emmy®-Award-winning video producer and founder of video production studio DigiNovations, Inc., today announced the formation of ChannelOne Marketing Group. The ChannelOne Marketing Group helps brands and organizations get more reach for their business video through multimedia marketing campaigns that use Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, SEO, podcasts, and other new-media vehicles and methods.
The heart of ChannelOne Marketing Group is a virtual team of recognized experts with deep experience in video production and Web marketing. These experts include
"Marketers are recognizing the power of professionally produced video to present their brands. However, they often don't get the full value from their investments because they fail to take best advantage of important new media and social networking vehicles," said Michael Kolowich. "And it's no wonder: there's an overwhelming and constantly evolving set of options, far too many for brand managers and CMOs - or their technical teams - to track."
ChannelOne Marketing helps its clients close this knowledge gap. The firm's new-media marketing experts and thought leaders keep abreast of innovations. Clients can make smart decisions without being new-media experts.
ChannelOne Marketing's services include:
ChannelOne Marketing has created a blog for video marketers at http://www.channelonemarketing.com/blog. The ChannelOne blog helps marketing professionals keep up on the latest techniques and options for creating web video programs that engage and activate viewers across the web.
About ChannelOne Marketing Group
ChannelOne Marketing Group helps brands get more value from their video investments by creating, distributing, and marketing business videos using new media and social networking vehicles. ChannelOne Marketing programs make video work harder. They also make it easier for millions of influencers - from professional bloggers to enthusiastic customers - to find, discuss and share business videos.