Award winning PR and marketing agency Friday’s Media Group is celebrating another client win in 2012.
The latest company to entrust its branding, marketing and PR to Friday’s is Manchester-based Lion Eyes; a video, TV and film production group whose work includes Peter Kay’s Tour That Doesn’t Tour Tour, Paddy McGuinness Live, Britain’s Got The Pop Factor, Resident Evil 6: No Hope Left’s commercial campaign, How to Write and Tulisa’s Britain’s Got Talent performance.
Friday’s, which has offices in both Milton Keynes and London, is proud to be promoting a number of exciting projects for award-winning Lion Eyes including TV & cinema commercials, live filmed entertainment, feature films, stage shows and corporate videos for product launches, marketing and training purposes.
Fridays-group.com managing director, Richard McCann commented: “Lion Eyes has some really exciting clients including the BBC, Universal Pictures, Baby Cow, Channel 4 and EMG Entertainment and we’re delighted to welcome them to the Friday’s client portfolio following a competitive pitch.
“In addition to promoting the TV/Video production side of the company, we’ll also be working with Lion Ears; the audio post and music division, which has provided soundtracks for the likes of BBC, ITV and Channel 4 as well as a number of established music names including Pete Waterman, Neneh Cherry, East 17, Gabrielle and D:ream.”
Martin Riley, co-founder of Lion Eyes said: “We’re delighted to have partnered with Friday’s. Historically, we’ve tried to handle PR internally, but now thankfully we can dedicate 100% of our time to what we’re good at – providing film production and post-production services to the TV, live entertainment and creative industries.”