Founder and CEO, Imagine Productions
David Siroty founded Imagine Productions, an integrated marketing and communications firm, in December 2016.
He has nearly 35 years of experience and has earned a stellar reputation within the real estate industry. He has won numerous awards including those from PR News and the Public Relations Society of America. David has a people-first approach with a proven track record of exceeding goals and objectives by unleashing the power of integrated marketing campaigns.
Imagine Productions has worked with a variety of large real estate brands, brokerages, portals and industry-based tech firms.
Prior to launching Imagine Productions, David was VP, North American Public Relations, for Coldwell Banker Real Estate. He managed a four-person staff and outside agency while interacting daily with the C-Suite executive team and leadership of franchise companies in the U.S., Canada and 46 other countries around the globe. He was responsible for all internal and external communication, cause marketing, MarCom, sponsorships and partnerships, including leading Coldwell Banker’s leadership in the Smart Home space.
He has experience in the television industry serving as the first public relations director for start-up CN8, The Comcast Network, a regional network which served 3.5 million homes in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maryland.
David also spent time at DVC, a NJ-based promotions agency, and has extensive experience in sports with positions at The Big East Conference, Seton Hall University and the Northeast Conference. He also served as Director of Public Affairs at St. Peter’s College in Jersey City.
David is the author of the 2002 baseball book, The Hit Men and the Kid Who Batted Ninth, and founded the Chris Carrino & Tim Capstraw Sports Broadcasting Camp. He is a graduate of Syracuse University.
Generating Attention in Today’s Changing Media Landscape
The modern media has definitely changed with the continued decline of print. However, it is critically important for brokerages to continue to work with local media, including local newspapers, TV and radio, hyper local online media, blogs and even your internal social media engine to retain and increase your “share of voice”. David Siroty,