Fifteen Minutes - A Media and Public Relations Agency
Fifteen Minutes is a public relations and media consultation firm founded in 2005 by Hollywood public relations expert Howard Bragman. The company is staffed by 20 media specialists and public relations veterans and provides a broad array of client-centered public relations services to businesses, filmmakers, authors, and celebrities.
The agency has served a number of high-profile business clients, among them Craigslist TV, eHarmony, Ford Motor Company, and Hyatt.
The company's philosophy emphasizes strong, open, and personalized customer service, as well as effective case-by-case use of both digital and traditional media. Fifteen Minutes also performs assessments of the media atmosphere surrounding its clients in order to appropriately design its public relations campaigns.
For its corporate and film clients, the company assists with product launches, branding, and advertising, and its celebrity division promotes the images of award-winning actors and Olympic athletes, helps them to form useful professional affiliations, and organizes public appearances.
In addition to its promotional services, the firm consults anonymously with clients on public relations disasters such as criminal charges and scandals.
Fifteen Minutes' founder Howard Bragman is the current Vice Chairman of the notable reputation-management company Reputation.com and a seasoned public relations expert possessing more than three decades of professional experience. Mr. Bragman is also the author of Where's My Fifteen Minutes?, a book published in 2008 that helps companies and professionals to successfully develop, manage, and promote their reputations.
A bestseller, Where's My Fifteen Minutes? received laudatory remarks from ABC's 20/20, Billy Ray Cyrus, Paula Abdul, and attorney Robert Shapiro.