Jim Moldow has 36 years of experience in the public relations, social media, publishing and video industries, and more than 24 years experience selling broadcast public relations solutions for DWJ Television, On The Scene Productions, WestGlen Communications, Vidicom, and A-1 Broadcast. Moldow Communications LLC was founded in 2010, and previously operated until 2016.
Moldow utilizes expertise in business development, revenue expansion and executive leadership, to achieve milestones and ensure complete project fulfillment. From start to finish, Moldow is involved in amplifying revenue through selling solo media tours and co-op SMTs. Moldow leads highly capable teams, develops clear timelines, navigates contract negotiations, and solves complex problems.
He has been on highly-qualified, cross-functional teams and has experience interfacing with brands and agencies in order to foster communication and connection between all parties involved in a given project. You can expect 100% transparency, smooth communication, and project results.
Moldow has worked with thousands of customers and has serviced accounts in various business, government and non-profit sectors including automotive, beauty, fashion, technology, fashion, healthcare, video games, consumer, home products, safety, entertainment, and more.
He has worked with PR agencies as Akins Crisp, Axiom, Bender/Helper Impact, Blue Sky, Brodeur, Burson-Marsteller, Cohn & Wolfe, CooperKatz, Coyne PR, Dean Houston, Devries Global, Dotted Line Communications, Edelman, DKC, Emanate PR, Euro RSCG, Exponent PR, Exposure USA, Fahlgren Mortine, Finn Partners, Fleishman-Hillard, Golin, Goodman Media, Hill & Knowlton, Hunter PR, Jacobson & Rost, Ketchum, LC Williams, Liggett Stashower, Lippe Taylor, Lou Hammond, M. Booth, M. Silver, Marina Maher, Mason PR, MMGY Global, MSL Group, MWW, Ogilvy PR, Paine PR, Pocket Hercules, Porter Novelli, Rubenstein Associates, Spring O’Brien, SS+K, Text 100, Walt & Co., Weber Shandwick, Zeno Group, and others.
Moldow has worked with corporate and non-profit accounts including Exxon/Mobil, Chevron, Volvo, Harley-Davidson, Sam’s Club, BJ’s Wholesale, Walmart, Home Depot, Environmental Defense Action Fund, Lenovo, IBM, Toshiba, JVC, LG Electronics, Samsung, Hampton Hotels, AT&T, AstraZeneca, Heinz, Hertz, Avis, GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare, Subaru, American Society of Travel Agents, GE Consumer Products, Cruise Lines International Association, Priceline.com, Hilton, Carbonite, Kaspesky Labs, AAFA, Google Nest, Logitech, Samsung, Pfizer, Tarkett, Barclays, PriceGrabber.com, Scrub Blade, Harman, True Citrus, ServiceMaster, and more.
From 1989 to 1995, he sold print advertising for Crain Communications' Electronic Media, a weekly broadcast industry trade newspaper. While at EM, Moldow was responsible for sponsorship sales in the "RTNDA News" television show, produced annually for the Radio-TV News Directors Association convention. Clients included Mobil, MCI, New York Stock Exchange, Nasdaq, CBS News, BellSouth, Amtrak, and others. Other responsibilities included technical support and handling satellite feeds.
Prior to joining EM, he sold video and satellite distribution services for Westinghouse Broadcasting.
Moldow holds a BA in Journalism from New York University.