DCW Media Announces Relocation, Expansion of NYC Offices to Support Continued Growth

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DCW Media announces expansion to new, larger office location for its Manhattan branch offices.

Only six short months after DCW Media officially announced the opening of its branch office location in Manhattan, the 42-year-old media buying company is pleased to announce their recent move to a new, larger location adjacent to Herald Square between Macy’s and the Empire State Building.

Following a strong performance in 2014 and an exceptional first half of 2015, DCW Media continues to grow its list of clients exponentially. “The decision to open a Manhattan-based location has paid immense dividends,” says President and CEO of DCW Media, Ken Bove. “We have been able to add experienced professionals, particularly in the digital media field, where Manhattan is a known hotbed for talent.

In order to keep up with the increased demand and work load, a larger modern space simply became a necessity.” The new space has three conference rooms to better serve clients, an outdoor patio for entertaining, and is within an ideal proximity to Penn Station, local media vendors, and other members of the business community.

The new DCW Media branch offices are located at 31 West 34th Street, Suite 7009, in Manhattan. The agency’s corporate headquarters will remain in Ronkonkoma on Long Island. For more information, please contact Yvonne Farrell at 631-421-8200 or info(at)dcwmedia(dot)com.

DCW Media is the premier, privately held media buying agency headquartered in Ronkonkoma, New York. Founded in 1973, the corporation serves both direct clients and agencies, offering media planning, buying and negotiating for all online and offline media channels. DCW Media believes that media buying, whether traditional or digital, is a craft. Craftsmanship in a commoditized world references media as an asset; one in which requires a high level of expertise to be implemented effectively, efficiently, and with foresight that only experience can offer. DCW stays true to its core philosophy of strength in traditional buying power and applies that mantra to the digital domain, creating a harmony between the two. DCW Media is the media architect behind the ad campaigns that have helped build such brands as Pomi, The National Museum of Women in the Arts, Bausch & Lomb, Varian Medical Systems, PC Richard & Son, Skype, Mercy College, LIU, and Fortunoff Back Yard Store.

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