2005 Was Banner Year For Christian PR Firm ’WDC Media’
LOS ANGELES --- WDC Media, one of the nation’s most innovative Christian public and media relations firms reports that 2005 was a banner year, and its founder says the crossover news platform WDC has pioneered was a big reason why.
“Our clients have found a lot of value in our strategy of crossing over faith-friendly news into the secular media stream,” said WDC founder and president Susan Zahn. “WDC was built on customizing PR and media strategies for Christian and faith-based individuals and companies with big vision.”
Among WDC’s most progressive and successful clients is Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN), the world’s largest religious broadcaster. “TBN is a perfect example of a ministry with a global vision,” said Zahn. “The vision founders Dr. Paul and Jan Crouch had to take the gospel message to the nations has turned TBN into a global media leader with over 47 network satellites, more than 12,000 television and cable affiliates worldwide, and four distinct and vibrant networks, each offering round-the-clock inspirational programming.”
Another of WDC’s successful clients is Unspam, a technology company that works with communities and government entities to protect children and families from e-mail and online pornography. “We’re proud to work with the folks at Unspam in their battle to make the Internet safe for children and families,” said Dave Bohon, WDC’s Vice President for Project Management.
One of WDC’s newest clients is Crosdogs.com, an innovative online service that is radically changing how independent Christian musicians market themselves to church and ministry venues. “Crossdogs is one of the most forward-thinking players to arrive on the music scene in a long time,” said Bohon. We’re certain their service to Christian musicians will quickly put thousands of worthy independent bands and artists out where they belong – performing and ministering in churches, festivals, and other relevant venues"
WDC is also representing authors of some exciting faith-based books, including nationally renowned defense attorney John Contini, whose powerful account Danger Road: A True Crime Story of Murder and Redemption will challenge the traditional understanding many people have had of mercy and justice.
“At WDC Media we see public relations as a high calling,” said Bohon. “We’re fulfilling a need in the marketplace that has been over looked in both faith-based and secular media. We’re effectively redefining Christian public and media relations and broadening their scope and impact through our own crossover model.”
Added Zahn, “There are a lot of talented Christians with something substantial to offer the world. But there have been very few publicity firms with the vision and drive to help them get their distinctive message out to the world at large. That’s what WDC Media is all about: Helping introduce the gifts and callings of Christian individuals and groups to a world in need.”
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