Studio 850, LLC (850) 212-3158
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Our goal is to engage and educate the community on important issues via non-partisan reporting, and investigative insights. Using video streaming, we show all sides of an issue and let you form your own opinion about issues in the local news media.
Your business is always looking for what is around the corner. And we believe that a creative approach to your marketing is the best way to show that. Our creative team can provide graphic design, animation, event strategy, and innovative web design. Let us come up with a dynamic and exciting way to tell your brand story as it relates to local news from an independent media platform.
We determine who we would like to interview in our studio based upon the local interest levels and expertise of the subject, resulting in circular reach. Our target audience are digital natives who do not obtain news from legacy media. Plus, we appeal to traditional media users who want more long-range investigative reporting of local news .
Our primary goals have been to ensure citizens have the option to remain informed of their government once they get off work, to dive deeper into the goals and missions of local organizations through CSPAN style studio interviews, and to provide a service to local reporters as “Citizen Note Takers.” Not only have we provided local reporters with time-saving content by live-streaming government meetings on Facebook, we have also led the charge in deeper investigative interviews and documentaries that require a slow and strategic approach.
John Singley, co-founder and owner, has a forty year career in journalism, broadcast management, and military public affairs. He was President of the Grand Stand Press Association in South Carolina, served as Navy strike group spokesman in the Middle East during Operation Desert Storm, and was the Chief U.S. Military spokesman on the ground in Indonesia during the South Asian Tsunami in 2004. Singley was the recipient of the Dept. Of Defense Thomas Jefferson Award as Publisher of the best military newspaper in 1994. He received the Dept. Of Defense Meritorious Service Award for his work training Asian allied militaries.
Teresa Hill, co-founder and owner, has worked for large resorts as the Director of Sales and Marketing, and has co- founded two non-profits in Pensacola: John Sunday Society and Save Our Structures (SOS), focused on historic preservation, primarily in African American neighborhoods where traditional housing inventory is being demolished at an alarming rate for townhomes. Using only social media, citizen advocates were mobilized to engage city government and raise awareness of the traditional architectural styles such as “The Shotgun” and “The Creole Cottage.”
We believe that a business with a great media team can make an impact on the world. Take the first step: contact us, and together, we will help with your message.
Pensacola, Florida, United States
Call/Text: +1 (850) 212-3158 Email: News@ThePanhandleCitizen.com
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