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About Randi Cone
A seasoned marketing professional with decades of experience in entertainment and the arts, Cone has honed her craft heading comunications for such major corporations as Showtime, PBS, Conde Nast, King World and AOL as well as representing hundreds of high profile clients as an executive at bi-coastal public relations agencies. She now applies her skills and know how to a select group of non-profit and entertainment clients through her marketing consultancy, Cone Media and Associates.
Launched fiften years ago in New York City, Cone Media and Associates specializes in lifestyle, non-profit and media clients that have included Bonnier Corporations’ Garden Design Magazine, The Museum of the Moving Image, This Old House Ventures, Tupperware, All You Magazine, WE: Women’s Entertainment, Twentieth Century Fox Television, among many others. Relocating to Cleveland in 2013 and Los Angeles in 2019, her clients have included the PBS’ series Pioneers of Television, the Anisfield-Wolf Book Awards, the Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging, where she carries out national and local media relations and James Levin's Cleveland World Festival and FireFish Festival, where she supervised all marketing and public relations, the Center for Family Building and Relationship expert Tracy Ross' Redesigning Relationships, both in NYC.
Cone’s specialty is creating multi-platform branding campaigns that build name recognition and expand consumer awareness through targeted public relations including print, digital, social media and broadcast outreach as well as publicity generating promotional events. She has prided herself on being able to work on an eclectic group of projects ranging from website, magazine, product and television series launches to branding campaigns for non-profit organizations.
Previously, Cone was Deputy Director of External Affairs at the Museum of the Moving Image, and before that, VP of Corporate Communications at AOL, where she oversaw all consumer public relations for the national internet provider. Previously, she was Sr. VP of Corporate Communications at the television syndicator, King World, where she oversaw public relations for Oprah, Jeopardy, Wheel of Fortune, and Inside Edition. For five years in Los Angeles, she was Executive Vice President at Rogers and Cowan, the world’s largest entertainment public relations agency where she launched such shows as Access Hollywood, Judge Judy, the X Files, and the SAG Awards. She also has headed public relations departments at Conde Nast, Showtime and PBS. For eight years, she was a partner in a bi-coastal entertainment public relations agency where she handled the PBS series American Playhouse, Live from Lincoln Center, and Nature, launched Moviefone, and represented major television production studios. She started her career as a Broadway press agent.