Adrienne MazzoneExecutive Vice President
Adrienne has a wide variety of tasks in "the biz." Specialties are publicity for anyone that wants to get their product or name out in the public eye, including but not limited to; authors, inventors, hosting casting calls for national events such as beauty pageants, music jingles, product spokesperson, roles for film, tv appearances, fashion shows, print photos and stories, music for radio shows, animal castings and art openings. These calls have resulted in great media exposure. Adrienne has written freelance for various publications, including Briefme.com, a virtual magazine, and her press releases are picked-up by numerous entertainment websites as "Industry News." Her publicity capabilities are widely known and respected in the worlds of music, film and acting.
In fact, she has helped, ActingZone, formerly ActingWorld, to achieve global recognition through the media exposure that she generated in entertainment media worldwide. Besides promoting entertainment figures and properties, including award-winning independent films (listed in IMDB.COM), Adrienne is editor of a health-related newsletter and a webdesigner. Recent article;
The Truth About ProfNet and HARO: Every Trade Has Its Tools
Adrienne is listed in Who's Who Of American Women, Who's Who In America, Who's Who In Finance & Business, Manchester Who's Who Among Executive and Professional Women "Honors Edition" and being an entrepreneur, she currently holds a "patent pending" status for an invention; Stained Glass Memorials.
"It's a combination of knowing it's some truth and the unknown of the truth, that gives the thrill in watching shows like ‘Homeland,’” said Adrienne Mazzone, executive vice president of TransMedia Group, a Florida public relations firm that works in arts and entertainment.
Mazzone says while we rely on information the media reports, the media is not always privy to the full story. Viewing shows like “Homeland” makes people think they are getting a fuller picture of what the government is not sharing, she said.