NEW YORK, NY (PRWEB) March 21, 2012
In an effort to keep up with their rapidly growing operational needs, Studio One Networks (http://www.studioone.com), a leader in brand-aligned content creation and distribution, has moved its New York City headquarters to 625 Broadway in Manhattan’s NoHo district. This landmarked loft-style office will provide the company with 8,000 square feet, a 45 percent increase over its previous 5500 square foot office in SoHo at 588 Broadway, which served as the company’s headquarters since 2006. With the expansion of Studio One Networks’ team and the surge in its content marketing business both here in the U.S. and abroad, a significantly larger space became necessary.
The 11th floor of 625 Broadway, operated by Newmark Knight Frank, now houses Studio One Networks’ executive offices. Those offices are quickly being filled by new hires charged with positioning the company for strategic growth, while driving meaningful results for top-tier advertising clients such as Procter & Gamble, Bridgestone USA, Symantec and Intel.
“Over the past six years, we kept adding more space to our SoHo offices, but now we’ve reached a point where we simply need more room to support our work in servicing brand clients and online publishers," said Devin Johnson, COO, Studio One Networks. “The content marketing arena is gathering momentum and Studio One Networks has been at the forefront. Happily, we found the perfect location right across Houston Street, so we can continue to embrace our own downtown ‘boutique’ sensibility alongside our expansion.”
About Studio One Networks
Established in 1998, Studio One Networks (studioone.com) pioneered the discipline of brand-aligned content creation and distribution. Serving online publishers, from short- to long-tail, and the marketers that want to reach enthusiast audience verticals, the company has amassed a loyal base of sponsors and programs, including Symantec (Your Security Resource), Bridgestone USA (Driving Today), Intel (Intelligence in Software) and Procter & Gamble (The Dog Daily, Men’s Life Today, The Daily Cat, and more), reaching audiences in over 17 countries worldwide.