Media veterans form DolceGoldin

NEW YORK: Joe Dolce, former editor-in-chief of both Details and Star magazines, and Davidson Goldin, former editorial director of MSNBC, have joined forces to create DolceGoldin, a media strategy, brand consulting, crisis control, and content development company. Some of DolceGoldin's current clients include blogger Emily Brill, former chairman of the New York State Democratic Party Herman "Denny" Farrell, and author James Frey. The strategy of the company will bring together several aspects of communications and PR, Dolce and Goldin told PRWeek. "We will apply marketing in the same way Hollywood might promote an opening and the same way Washington might promote a campaign," Dolce said.

NEW YORK: Joe Dolce, former editor-in-chief of both Details and Star magazines, and Davidson Goldin, former editorial director of MSNBC, have joined forces to create DolceGoldin, a media strategy, brand consulting, crisis control, and content development company. Some of DolceGoldin's current clients include blogger Emily Brill, former chairman of the New York State Democratic Party Herman "Denny" Farrell, and author James Frey. The strategy of the company will bring together several aspects of communications and PR, Dolce and Goldin told PRWeek. "We will apply marketing in the same way Hollywood might promote an opening and the same way Washington might promote a campaign," Dolce said.

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