Drawing on a background of 20 years of experience and relationships here in Philadelphia and the mid-Atlantic region, the company works with virtually all formats of radio, radio syndication and consultants, the press and trade magazines, show promoters and venues, the retail community, as well as recording studios, legal, equipment repair and sales, hotels, restaurants and many other facets of the music industry.

A media tour in Philadelphia would include, as appropriate and time-permitting, visits to
WXPN, Y100, WMMR, WIOQ, WJJZ, WLCE, WYSP, WDAS and others for on-air interviews, promotional visits or station events. This city has always been uniquely stable and loyal in its support of the broadcast media, both radio and television, and as a result many programmers here are longterm or lifetime residents. These are clients who have contributed to the development of many, many artists over the years, and understand the value of nurturing acts in the local marketplace to best serve everyone.
Philadelphia also holds a reputation for some of the most significant photo programs in syndicated adult radio being produced here. Carried on hundreds of stations throughout the country are the award winning programs World Cafe, Echoes and Fresh Air. Billboard Magazine recently highlighted these and other national shows, in a front page analysis "NPR provides unrivaled publicity and air time for non-mainstream acts that translate into exposure of important music--and increased sales....the network, founded in 1970, remains a Camelot for those labels..." because of their reach and the immediate impact felt from appearances on air.
Our long term client relationships also include The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Daily News, City Paper, Philadelphia Weekly, Friday Morning Quarterback, as well as Tower Records, Main Street Music, Borders, Universal Distributors, Record Revolution and many of the single and small chain retailers in the mid-Atlantic.

We also work very closely with all venues and clubs in the area including Electric Factory Concerts [the only city in the top 10 in the US not owned by SFX], as well as upstart New Park Entertainment [the most successful new promoter in years] and venerable clubs such as the Tin Angel, TLA, Painted Bride Arts Center, Keswick and Tower Theaters, Spectrum and First Union Centers, the Temperance House, The Point, The Wire and many others as well.