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RPD Media Wins Four 'Big W' Awards by the Advertising Club of Westchester County
Date:6/10/2009

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
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