Wall Street Communications Retained by Chyron2 min read
Wall Street Communications today announced that it has been retained by Chyron, a pioneer in innovative digital and broadcast graphics solutions, to provide global public relations services and to develop and maintain a presence for the company in the professional trade press for broadcast and related new media markets.
Headquartered in Melville, NY, Chyron established the concept of graphics as a service for all digital media. The company offers Web, mobile, HD, 3D, and newsroom integration solutions. Innovations include AXIS Graphics online content creation software, on-air graphics systems, clip servers, channel branding, graphics asset management, and XMP integration solutions.
“As the traditional boundaries between on-air and online continue to crumble, the market is increasingly looking for innovative graphics solutions that replace traditional media workflows and allow content to be created once and published across multiple devices,” said Bonnie Barclay, vice president and chief marketing officer at Chyron. “We have positioned ourselves as a market leader with graphics solutions designed to help our customers successfully navigate this transition. To build on this momentum and continue to grow, we’ve retained Wall Street Communications with its impressive track record of success and deep understanding of new media markets.”
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About Wall Street Communications
Since 1996, Wall Street Communications has offered marketing communications services for an international range of clients in the electronic media technology industry. With fundamental operating principles of accuracy, creativity, and integrity, the agency has a unique range of experience in promoting products and technologies from the component level to the level of the professional user. Wall Street maintains corporate headquarters in Salt Lake City and satellite offices throughout North America and Europe. More information is available at www.wallstcom.com
Source: Wall Street Communications