Popular Publicity is a New York City-based independent public relations consultancy specializing in gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender or GLBT* (LGBT is also correct) media in the U.S., Canada, the U.K., Europe, and Australia. Working pop projects to GLBT press and GLBT projects to pop press, Popular Publicity is the go-to source for editors seeking colorful, and often eye-popping artists to light up their pages. “The #1 transsexual on the planet” Amanda Lepore, naughty gay rapper Cazwell, Icelandic electro art band GusGus, punk icon Bob Mould and Cuban singer, Cucu Diamantes are just a few of the Popular Publicity artists who have been warmly received by the GLBT media.
The GLBT community–with an estimated buying power estimated last year at $759 billion in the U.S. alone–is a demographic that can't and won't be ignored. Leveraging years of experience and long-standing media relationships, Popular Publicity can help your artist, project, product or service capture the attention of GLBT consumers through servicing a wide-range of media and options, including:
• national and regional monthlies
• regional weeklies
• top websites
• leading blogs
• event listings
• Canadian, UK, EU and Australian monthlies/websites
• media buys
• tour press
Popular Publicity is equally adept at working with teaming up with in-house publicists and mainstream publicity firms to present witty, stylish, hype-free campaigns that forgo the trite and transparent for straight(ish) talk and sharp pitches zhoozhed for the GLBT editor and audience.
Please visit explore the website, to view Current and Recent Projects (pick a project, click!), check sample press releases (while always appear on the homepage), bios and project presentation. Single project to monthly retainer arrangements available. To discuss an GLBT publicity campaign for your next project, please call me +1 212 673 0240 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*GLBT or LGBT are both correct. Personal preference. While LGBT is gaining popularity, many argue that we're all generally referred to as Gay, but women are Lesbians, some are Bisexual and some are Transgender. Google "GLBT or LGBT" and you'll see, the debate continues.