With a name like Wall Street Communications you can only be successful, but this is not the company’s only secret to success. Add to the recipe a professional team, and PR services that build strong brands. HTN Communications, LLC (formerly Hughes Television Network), the longest tenured provider of sports television and radio transmission services in North America, hired Wall Street Communications to provide public relations services and to develop and maintain a presence for the company in the professional trade press for broadcast sports and related markets.
“Now in our 54th year, HTN Communications has a proud tradition of innovative thinking that has revolutionized the sports communications industry. As we continue to redefine the market, it’s important to maintain a presence in the trade press,” said Christian Kneuer, senior director of operations and client relations at HTN. “Wall Street Communications has a proven track record of success, and by leveraging the company’s wealth of knowledge and experience we will increase industry awareness of our unique services.”
HTN turns 54 this year, an industry longevity that needs nurturing and care. To celebrate, the company has recently re-launched its website, to provide for better user experience and to highlight network offerings, including customized bandwidth requests and permanent HD/SD encoding on-site.
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