Venice, CA-based digital agency Something Massive merges with Brooklyn Interactive and welcomes a new partner, Rebecca Coleman, and a slew of exciting new clients.
Online PR News – 12-February-2010 – – Something Massive, a Venice, CA based digital advertising agency is overjoyed to announce a merger with Brooklyn Interactive, just in time for Valentine’s Day. Brooklyn Interactive was founded by industry veteran Rebecca Coleman to fill a void in the digital agency marketplace, high value client solutions at a lower cost. Rebecca sought out a unique mix of solutions - top-tier strategic and account management talent, open source technology, an integrated offshore production facility, and a web-based collaboration platform - to bring top-notch value and innovation to her clients.
With the merger, Something Massive welcomes on-going clients, Sony Pictures, Modo Sports and PumpTopTV to the family. John Moshay and Chris Gibbin welcome Rebecca as Partner. Rebecca has moved to Los Angeles to help guide the agency’s future but the company will retain an office in Brooklyn to service east coast clients.
“Brooklyn Interactive’s client roster and philosophy were a natural compliment to our business,” said John Moshay, Partner in Something Massive, “And we have always valued Rebecca’s visionary approach to agency management.” Rebecca had previously served as General Manager of DNA Studio which was founded by Moshay and Gibbin in 1994, prior to its acquisition by WhittmanHart in 2006.
Something Massive represents a new breed of scalable, techno-savvy advertising agency built to deliver digital innovation and affordability. Masters of the big digital idea, the team leverages Open Source, Open API, and Cloud-Based technologies to bring concepts to life. A proprietary webSCRUM process allows projects to turn on a dime, right alongside the ever-evolving digital marketing industry. Whole world resourcing provides clients like Sony Pictures, NetQuote, Dockers Footwear, TelCel and Westinghouse the most bang for their digital buck. With offices in Los Angeles, New York, and Buenos Aires, Something Massive is finally here.