Our Services

Wall Street Communications is proud to provide services to the electronic media industry’s most innovative and trusted organizations, from well-established market leaders to fresh new technology businesses to the professional societies responsible for shaping the industry.

Communications Strategy and Planning

Wall Street works with its customers to perform communications audits, create strategy around brand development, and identify and exploit opportunities for new market development.

Writing and Placement

The Wall Street team works with clients to create both bylined and contributed articles for print and online publications. Built on the client’s expertise, these thought leadership pieces, application notes, white papers, technology tutorials, user/success stories help to increase visibility while enhancing credibility. By writing and submitting industry award submissions and speaking proposals, the agency further bolsters clients’ exposure to key decision-makers within media companies. Offering translation services, Wall Street makes sure that each client’s messaging reaches and engages target audiences worldwide.

Media Relations

Leveraging close relationships with the industry’s analysts and trade press, the Wall Street team pitches and places feature stories, product showcases, and technology overviews in key publications and digital outlets. The agency arranges briefings with analysts and editors and also organizes and facilitates media tours and briefings at trade shows.

Press Releases

Wall Street helps clients to maintain a meaningful presence in the press and on online portals by ensuring the consistent and timely output of smart, tightly written news releases. Showcasing new products and solutions, new sales and partners, and corporate events and announcements, these press releases raise the profile of clients and increase product and brand exposure to their current and prospective customers.

Digital Marketing

Through email campaigns and newsletters, the Wall Street team supports clients in reaching out to their customers and prospects, reinforcing their product marketing strategy, and extending awareness of their expertise. The agency provides website development, design, copywriting, and maintenance services tailored to each client’s business, goals, and target audience, and it strengthens the impact of each client’s online presence with SEO services.

Creative Services

Wall Street’s creative services include brand and trademark development, the shaping of corporate identity, ad creation, electronic and print brochures, media planning and buying, creation of press and tech analyst presentations, and trade show signage.

Social Media Services

Wall Street uses social media to generate buzz, engage a broader audience, and maintain clients’ visibility in a crowded marketplace. The agency’s team sets up and maintains social media accounts, plans and drives social media content, writes and edits blog posts, and provides consultation on optimization of social media programs and campaigns.

Case Studies

Volicon (TV Technology)

Promotion plays a big part in the news business. It demonstrates a station’s leadership position as a source of timely and accurate news. Here Brady Dreasler discusses how Quincy Newspapers is using the Volicon Observer to create interesting promotional videos. view article >


Video Clarity (The Broadcast Bridge)

Broadcasters have always checked their networks for performance. There now is a process that enables the testing to include a true QC measurement of the content as it passes through the entire broadcast chain. Adam Schadle of Video Clarity explains how automatic analysis will cut costs, reduce customer churn, and provide a visually appealing product for viewers. view article >


NUGEN Audio (MusicTech Magazine)

As the range of delivery methods for recorded audio has increased, so have the challenges for producers who have spent years fighting the so-called “loudness wars”, pushing volumes ever higher using limiting and compression. Designed to mix and master audio for delivery to multiple platforms, MasterCheck from NUGEN Audio aims to provide the ultimate solution. Hollin Jones of MusicTech Magazine takes MasterCheck for a road test. view article >

Volicon (tv-bay)

One of the hot topics in broadcast playout is the loudness of television commercials. It’s been the source of consumer complaints and regulatory action and is something the networks have to address. Volicon’s Andrew Sachs discusses lingering loudness issues and looks at how broadcasters can stay in compliance. view article >

Harmonic (TVBEurope)

For the last 18 months the industry has been abuzz about 4K and its possible adoption in the home as the successor to HD. Harmonic’s Ian Trow shares his views on the possibility of a 4K future. view article >

Nexidia (Regional Film & Video)

With media organisations storing and archiving untold amounts of video and audio every day, retrieving that content from the archive can be a costly and time-consuming business. Drew Lanham of Nexidia explains how phonetic-based searching can uncover media assets while saving time and money. view article >

Forbidden Technologies (Regional Film & Video)

Under pressure to produce more with less, the production industry is constantly looking for ways to reduce the delay between various stages of the production cycle. In this article from Forbidden Technologies, Donna Mulvey-Jones of Maverick TV talks about how the Sony wireless adapter, combined with Forscene, accelerates workflows. view article >

Wohler (InBroadcast)

As content quality becomes increasing important, broadcasters face the challenge of finding efficient ways to meet quality standards and regulatory specifications. Craig Newbury of Wohler discusses the importance of maintaining quality through the file-based process. view article >