July 30, 2019

Industry Leading Public Relations, Entertainment Communications And Brand Marketing Agencies Rogers & Cowan And PMK*BNC To Merge

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Industry Leading Public Relations, Entertainment Communications And Brand Marketing Agencies Rogers & Cowan And PMK*BNC To Merge

July 30, 2019
The Merger of Hollywood’s Two Largest Public Relations, Creative Communications and Marketing Agencies Solidifies their Position as the Preeminent Integrated Marketing and Communications Agency Globally. The Merger of Hollywood’s Two Largest Public Relations, Creative Communications and Marketing Agencies Solidifies their Position as the Preeminent Integrated Marketing and Communications Agency Globally The Unprecedented Collection of Talent, Content Creators, and Brand Clients Offers Unparalleled Ability and Scale to Reach Global Audiences Actor, Musician, Athlete, Content Creator and Talent Roster will Include: Robert Redford, Denzel Washington, Rob Lowe, Brie Larson, Felicity Jones, Chris Pratt, Katy Perry, Michael B. Jordan, Jamie Foxx, Judith Light, Vince Vaughn, Vin Diesel, Elton John, Jeremy Renner, Selena Gomez, Billy Crystal, Sean Combs, Glenn Close,  Liam Neeson, Jerry Bruckheimer, Robert Zemeckis, Richard Gere, Kevin Costner, Trisha Yearwood, Mel Gibson, Tony Hale, Liam Hemsworth, Miles Teller, Jeff Daniels, Jim Gaffigan, Ray Romano, The Rolling Stones, Dixie Chicks, Ansel Elgort, Sly Stallone, Laurence Fishburne, Kobe Bryant, Stephen Curry, Chloe Kim, Jimmy Johnson, the Russo Brothers, and many more Combined Portfolio will Represent Comprehensive Collection of More Than 30 Global Brands, Including Activision, Audi, Chopard, Cisco, Fred Segal, Hasbro, Mastercard, McDonald’s, Masterpiece Theater, Microsoft, Pandora, Royal Caribbean, Samsung, Vice Media, YouTube and Verizon Agency to be led by Chairman Cindi Berger, CEO Mark Owens, and Chairman Entertainment Division Alan Nierob Shirley Hughes to Lead Brand Marketing Division as President, Fran Curtis and Brad Cafarelli will be Vice-Chairmen Entertainment Division, and Bill Rosenthal COO/CFO

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