Good Marketing, Happy Clients and Baby Cows.

Pushing the boundaries in the “commoooonications” world is our passion. We enjoyed our time working with our client Dairy Max in a Satellite Media Tour and Facebook Live event. Now, Social Media LIVE™ allows us to serve our clients with live streaming on multiple-channels, simultaneously.  If you are a communications professional that loves watching exciting campaigns unravel, as well as watching baby animals being fed, then you are in for a good ride.

New Technology for Social Media

Live video streaming is one of the fastest growing tools for effective communications strategies. Doug Simon, CEO of D S Simon Media reports from the New York Auto Show where improvements in transmission technology are making it possible to go live—feeding multiple social video streams simultaneously—all in full HD broadcast quality video. No need for an expensive satellite truck and costly cable runs.

Just  two years after Facebook Live was introduced, viewers consume three times more live video on the site than video on demand. And you no longer have to limit yourself to one social channel at a time. Social Media LIVE™ allows for simultaneous streams to more 25 different channels that can include Facebook, Periscope, LinkedIn and more.


The Video that Launched Viagra

It was 20 years ago that the FDA approved Viagra. We handled the final production and distribution of the video (our name was D S Simon Productions at the time) that was provided to media so they could air the story. And air it, they did. There were more than 235 million views of the video that showed those little blue pills. This was the video that we send out to the stations:

PRSA-NY Big Apple Awards: Kerry O’Grady

Kerry O’Grady, Clinical Assistant Professor at New York University, School of Professional Studies, joins Doug Simon, CEO of D S Simon Media and President-Elect of PRSA-NY to talk about her experience teaching upcoming PR professionals at NYU, as well as, sharing tips for young PR professionals who would like to be nominated for a Big Apple Award.