CHAPPAQUA, N.Y., June 10 /PRNewswire/ -- RPD Media Associates, LLC, a full-service video content marketing firm here, has received four Big W Awards from the ACW.
ACW recognized RPD Media for producing: an online video podcast focusing on White Plains Hospital Center's Westchester Orthopaedic Institute; a radio spot series for WHUD entitled The WHUD Westchester Medical Center Health and Life Minute; a feature film for The Snowball Gala for the Boys and Girls Club of Stamford, CT; and a documentary presentation entitled AIDS: A Change in Social Awareness.
RPD Media was founded by Richard Diefenbach in the Fall of 2005. Its goal is to produce high quality documentaries and marketing videos for non-profits and other businesses who provide a valuable service to their community. RPD Media has worked with major corporations, non-profits and small business owners producing marketing content for broadcast and the web.
Before starting RPD Media, Richard Diefenbach spent 22 years as a network news executive and producer for ABC, CBS and Fox News Channel. During his career in news, Diefenbach was a leader in breaking news coverage: from the O.J. Criminal Trial, to the Gulf War; from Hurricane Andrew to the tsunami in Asia; from the Reagan Funeral to the Assassination of Prime Minister Rabin; from the funeral of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis to the untimely death of John Kennedy, Jr.; from the terrorist attacks on 9/11 to the War in Iraq.
RPD Media is presently involved in producing The Bronx River Walk Audio Tour for the Friends of Westchester County Parks.
Diefenbach credits his collaborators: wife, Laura; Dennis and Sue Murray; Kyle Spitzfaden; and Brigitte Quinn, for all their hard work in building RPD Media. Diefenbach notes: "This is a great group of creative folks who are thinking strategically about ways our clients can serve their community. In these tough economic times, my hope is our work will lift everyone's spirits and business to new heights." Diefenbach praises his mother, Missy Egan Wey, for her inspiration as a female entrepreneur in Westchester in the 1980's. "She needed to work to put food on the table, and there were kind people who saw her determination and talent, and became her clients."
Richard Diefenbach serves on the board of the New Castle Community Television and is incoming president of the Parish Council for St. John and St. Mary Parish in Chappaqua, NY. He is a member of NATPE, the Westchester County Association, the Business Council of Westchester. He resides with his wife, Laura, and son Michael in Chappaqua.
For more information about RPD Media, please visit www.rpdmedia.com.
|SOURCE RPD Media Associates, LLC|
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