MPRM Communications, serving the multi-screen world of entertainment with a creative blend of advanced communication techniques, is expanding its leadership team, promoting Caitlin McGeeto senior vice president and Natalie Yallouz to vice president, it was announced by company principals Rachel Mcallister and Mark Pogachefsky. McGee and Yallouz are jointly responsible for overseeing the company’s television, digital media and technology clients, which include Bunim/Murray Productions, Blumhouse Television, Viacom, and Skybound Entertainment, among others.
Three members of the film practice were also promoted: Sara Tehrani was upped to account supervisor and Katie Jo Ash and Jill Gurich promoted to senior account executive. Breanna Hogan joined the television practice as an account executive. Also promoted were Rachel Villegas to account executive and Summer Cantu to account coordinator.
McGee, who has been with the company since 2007, leads the agency’s television awards team as well as publicity efforts for numerous television and home entertainment clients, including AMC Networks, Netflix, NBC’s “The Voice” and “World of Dance,” Showtime Documentary Films, TV One, and Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.
Yallouz, who has been with the company for a total of eight years, leads publicity efforts for a broad range of corporate entertainment and tech clients, including Google Play, Snap, Krikey, Indigenous Media, and Twentieth Century Fox Television Global Distribution.
Tehrani, Ash and Gurich include among their efforts campaigns for such titles as If Beale Street Could Talk”, “Destroyer”, “Leave No Trace”, “Columbus”, and “Hal” as well as projects for companies such as Lionsgate, Magnolia Pictures, and Vertical Entertainment. Gurich also works on home entertainment campaigns for Universal Pictures and Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, along with Villegas, who also works on titles for Well Go USA.
Hogan was previously at Endemol Shine North America where she worked on the publicity campaigns for such series as “MasterChef,” “Big Brother,” and “Fear Factor.” Prior to that, she worked at Shelter PR.