Hollywood Satellite Office

You’ve been following our journey for a while now and we wanted you to be one of the first to know that we’ve opened a Hollywood satellite office.

Wait. Hold up. Didn’t you once say that you don’t need a Hollywood publicist?

We sure did. And we still believe that.

It’s important to us that we keep our Midwest roots and we’re proud to be growing in and with Grand Rapids. That’s why Spectacle Creative Media will always have a home in Michigan. Likewise, we’ll always be advocates for the Midwest—its creative artists and its filmmaking voices.

However, the majority of our clients now come from the West Coast. Therefore, to continue to provide the best services for our clients, we need to build upon and deepen opportunities in LA and create a stronger, more visible presence there. This new office will allow us to continue to grow as a company and enhance our service offerings to new and existing clients.

Our Satellite office is located at:
6404 Hollywood Blvd
Suite 423
Los Angeles CA 90028
p: +1 (323) 422-3107
Meetings are by appointment only.

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Five Ways To Be Our Favorite Client

two coffee cups w/ logo

Whether you’re one of our clients, you’re thinking about becoming one of our clients, or you’re in an exclusive relationship with another Public Relations firm—here are some things you or your team can do to always be the favorite client.

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What Jade Thinks About Internships Now

jade and rachael working the GR Film Kickoff

This is for all of my fellow peers who are interested or who need an internship. My advice is yes, get one, especially in the public relations industry, you’ll definitely need the experience.

So here’s a little background info as to how I worked my ass off to get my first internship. It all started with an extensive search on Grand Valley State University’s job/internship site, where I came upon Spectacle’s ad. I was extremely nervous to apply for internships because I felt that I wasn’t ready and that I didn’t have enough experience under my belt. I had only been in one PR class that encouraged my passion for PR and really challenged me. This was my first interview for an internship and I didn’t know what to expect, but I went into it determined to get the internship. I’ve now been at spectacle for 9 months and it’s been a great experience.

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teamSpectacle Takes on #SXSW

Tamaryn SXSW

These past couple weeks our very own Tamaryn was down in Austin, TX at SXSW—the of the biggest interactive, film, and music festivals in the world. While at the festival, #teamSpectacle was representing the West Michigan independent film community, several of our clients including Stage 32, WomenOnCall, and films in development. 

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Introducing Lowing Studios

Lowing Light and Grip StaffLowing Light & Grip Staff. Photo by Dan Irving

Our client—Lowing Light & Grip—recently purchased Deano’s Studios—a sound stage facility where commercials, feature-length films, and corporate television stations are produced. #TeamSpectacle handled the PR for the announcement for what is now the new Lowing Studios.

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New Year, Big Announcements

Spectacle Creative Media Welcomes Stage 32 to Growing Client List

Hopefully, you’re signed up to our newsletter (and if you’re not, get on that will you). But if you’re not you can read December's newsletter here. In it, we talked about how in November we attended the American Film Market in Los Angeles. While we were there, we took the opportunity to further foster our relationship with the amazing team at Stage 32—where some of our previous clients like SetHero and CineScout have been featured. And as you no doubt remember, even our own Tamaryn is now contributing to their blog.

That is why we're thrilled to announce that with this new year, we're welcoming Stage 32 as our newest client! We're excited to advance the mission of Stage 32 because, like us, they're passionate about independent film and helping indie filmmakers get their films made.

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