SALT LAKE CITY, Oct. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Wall Street Communications today announced that it has been retained by Bittree, a California-based provider of professional A/V patching components, to provide public relations services aimed at developing and maintaining a presence for the company in the broadcast, post production, and professional A/V trade press worldwide.
Since 1978, Bittree has provided high-quality patching systems to the entertainment and broadcast industries, including audio, video, data, and integrated patchbays, as well as a variety of patchcords, tools, and accessories. The company's patching solutions are rigorously tested to ensure long-term functionality and dependability for mission-critical operations and live events, and are backed by Bittree's top-notch customer support.
"We are thrilled to be working with Wall Street Communications. As we searched for a media relations agency, what really set the company apart from the pack is that they have a true understanding of the vital importance of components at every point in the signal chain," said Mike Buchanan, vice president of Bittree. "This understanding, when combined with Wall Street Communications' experience and industry knowledge, will prove to be critical as we continue to expand the market presence for our innovative solutions worldwide."
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.
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SOURCE Wall Street Communications