Posts tagged ‘media’

The Living Room Candidate – Political Ad Archive

During an election cycle, political ads are often seen as an annoyance, but a few years or decades removed from the election they were meant to influence and they become engrossing studies in the power of the medium, especially when examined in the context of their role in the ultimate outcome of the election. Continue reading…

Time Served is an official selection of the Boston Science Fiction Film Festival, Directed by our very own Bill Ronat

And just what exactly is “Time Served”? It is a 27 page Sci-Fi script written by Titusville’s own Tony Walters that has been produced by Eric Emerick (editor), Tony Walters, Bill Williams from A Cut Above Video (DP), and Taylor Benzie (producer). Robbie Sparks (camera), and William Ronat (director) also joined the principal production team…. Continue reading…

Best Campaign of 2011 Goes To (drum roll please wait for it)

After careful review and consideration, pouring over hours of portfolio items from 2011, we have come to a consensus (in a landslide) that the Community Credit Union REMIX campaign is by far the best of the year. The REMIX campaign for Community Credit Union… Continue reading…

Just say ‘NO’ to SMS Marketing!

Now, I try not to draw ‘lines in the sand’ because I’ll probably end up eating my words, but I would really like to fight the good fight for this one. Consider this: we as consumers get unsolicited (postal) mail daily, yet this is a universally accepted form of marketing, but, if I were to… Continue reading…

The Power of Video

A new report from Cisco, Visual Networking Index: Forecast and Methodology, 2010-2015, released June 1, 2011, says: Global IP traffic has increased eightfold over the past 5 years, and will increase fourfold over the next 5 years In 2015, the gigabyte equivalent of all movies ever made will cross global IP networks every 5 minutes…. Continue reading…

Brandt Ronat is an invaluable and relied upon addition to our team

“Brandt Ronat has become an invaluable and relied upon addition to our team, supplying creative development for advertising, web site development, public relations and advocacy with local media to achieve our objectives. One of the most critical talents and services they provided was their willingness to quickly adapt to our industry by becoming experts in… Continue reading…

Brandt Ronat can maximize Media Exposure

“Since arriving in our market, BRC has been a major player in the creative industry, consistently recognized for their design excellence and innovative approaches. Their level of strategic excellence is evident in their spot-on audience solutions, media placement choices and highly sophisticated design, as well as, the smooth project management. We have enjoyed a long… Continue reading…

Brandt Ronat continues to push the creative envelope

“I have worked with Brandt Ronat & Company over several years with credible results. This includes advertising campaign development; program management and strategic media planning with execution over multiple rollouts; media buys of different complexities and budget sizes involving inventive media mixes using both traditional and new emerging media options. Brandt Ronat & Company continues… Continue reading…

Brandt Ronat generated maximum exposure despite limited budget

“Brandt Ronat’s in depth knowledge of Brevard County’s competitive advantages, including the challenges of our unique geography, enabled the company to create a brand new program that has been embraced throughout the Space Coast. Additionally Brandt Ronat’s knowledge of regional media, its costs, and impacts was instrumental in raising awareness of this new, unique program…. Continue reading…

Brandt Ronat Recognized by PRINT Magazine

PRINT, “America’s Graphic Design Magazine”, selected Brandt Ronat & Company’s work from nearly 35,000 individual entries from almost every state. “The process of selection in all regions of the country was as stringent as ever,” according to Martin Fox, Editor of PRINT Magazine, “and, as usual, good work had to be left out for lack… Continue reading…

 
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