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Dee Anna David Joins MassMedia Corporate Communications
Published on Tue, Mar 5, 2013 (2:25 p.m.)HENDERSON, Nev. (March 5, 2013) – Paula Yakubik, managing partner of MassMedia Corporate Communications, a full-service public relations, advertising and marketing firm, recently announced the hiring of Dee Anna David as an account supervisor.
As an account supervisor, David oversees MassMedia’s diverse group of regional clients in California, Florida and New Mexico. Her responsibilities will include planning and executing strategic marketing campaigns and coordinating media outreach.
David joins MassMedia with more than 10 years of experience in business and brand management. She served as the Vice President of 944 Media, a national multimedia company based in Los Angeles. While working at 944 Media, she led the development of new market launches and acquisitions. She was also responsible for overseeing the administrative and marketing objectives of all regional offices. She played an instrumental role in the growth of the company’s flagship product, 944 Magazine, from a single market to major media markets.
David earned a Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies degree in communication and political science from Arizona State University.
Founded in 1997, MassMedia Corporate Communications is a regional public relations, advertising, and marketing agency whose knowledge, strategic insights and innovative programs have developed brands, communicated clients’ messages, and influenced consumers for a wide variety of clients, products and services. The firm’s clients include HealthCare Partners, Southwest Gas, HealthSouth, Yes! Air Conditioning & Plumbing, PENTA Building Group, Colliers International – Las Vegas and Pisanelli Bice. To learn more about MassMedia Corporate Communications, please visit www.massmediacc.com.
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