AM Mediaworks is a New York City-based PR consultancy specializing in education and edtech brands and organizations, including cutting-edge disruptors, leading corporations, and global nonprofits.
Our clients are game changers and disruptors. They’re a mix of brilliant entrepreneurs, education innovators and luminaries from around the globe. See how we’ve helped amplify their work in the world:
Since 2016, AM Mediaworks has helped to put Epic! on the map as one of the hottest disruptors in the children’s digital media space.
AM Mediaworks brought Finnish education non-profit HundrED into the mainstream conversation in the United States by securing headline news about how the organization helps to scale K12 innovations cross-borders. We also led cross-continental collaborations between innovators that generated byline articles and call-to-action initiatives.
Working with Learning House executives and its board of advisors, AM Mediaworks developed strategic brand messaging and positioning in addition to securing higher education and national coverage leading up to, and post its acquisition by Wiley.
Year after year, AM Mediaworks helped global non-profit NFTE highlight its impact and thought leadership on activating the entrepreneurial mindset in youth and preparing them for success in the workforce and in life. By garnering top-tier business, national, regional and broadcast media placements, NFTE became one to watch and a major player on the education scene.
Since 2014, AM Mediaworks has worked with Noodle Partners and secured The Atlantic article that is still referenced as it relates to traditional online program managers’ (OPMs) revenue-share model with universities. Additionally, we’ve also garnered influential coverage, including national TV and byline articles that elevate C-suite thought leadership. These efforts have supported the startup to grow from three university partners to 16 and from managing 10 online programs to more than 30, in 2018.
AM Mediaworks worked with Tynker, a leading creative coding platform for kids, to secure funding news in tech and education trade outlets. Additionally, during the BETT International Conference in London, we cut through the clutter of over 600 edtech exhibitors to generate international news coverage for the Code A Drone Kit launch.