Command Audio signs with Burson

REDWOOD CITY, CA: Command Audio, which claims to be the first supplier of on-demand wireless audio content (audio magazine articles, weather), has selected Burson-Marsteller’s San Francisco outpost for its estimated dollars 400,000-plus PR business.

REDWOOD CITY, CA: Command Audio, which claims to be the first supplier of on-demand wireless audio content (audio magazine articles, weather), has selected Burson-Marsteller’s San Francisco outpost for its estimated dollars 400,000-plus PR business.

REDWOOD CITY, CA: Command Audio, which claims to be the first

supplier of on-demand wireless audio content (audio magazine articles,

weather), has selected Burson-Marsteller’s San Francisco outpost for its

estimated dollars 400,000-plus PR business.



Command had previously worked with Ketchum/SF and Ketchum Thomas (the

firm’s Silicon Valley arm) on a project basis, but neither firm

participated in the recent RFP.



’By March, after we launched in two markets, that relationship ended,’

was all Command PR manager Wilson Craig would say regarding the

company’s work with Ketchum.



The pitch included four agencies, and Connors Communications placed

second for the account.



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