Courts are the most misunderstood Branch of the three co-equal Branches of government. The Judiciary must remain publicly silent regarding their own cases. The media, the public and even the Executive and Legislative Branches often misinterpret the democracy-protecting role of our independent Judiciary.
That's where we come in.
We spent our professional lives as senior executives in the Judiciary. We worked on some of the highest profile cases of our time. We served as public information officers and formed media management plans for these trials. We explained what courts do to a wide spectrum of audiences and saw first-hand how the unique role of the courts was routinely misunderstood.
CourtMedia® can help your court change that equation.
In a culture that streams knowledge from devices in our pockets, how is your court communicating its story? Its history. Its importance in dispute resolution in your community and public trust in government?
You can no longer communicate your unique independent role with crowded narrative websites, short press releases and even community speeches. Nothing reaches today's device-centered audiences better than skillfully produced video.
Video is available 24/7 when people want to see it. It holds their interest. In a double-click, device centered world, it is expected. Without it, your court will be publicly perceived by younger audiences as being behind the times.
Video educates today's public better than any other medium. It can be effectively used to tell your court's history. To personalize your court's juror orientation and for public education. Courts and bar associations can document milestones, honor judicial careers or launch new initiatives at bench and bar conferences.
It's Time to Tell Your Story.
Contact us to schedule an initial consultation. We will be happy to come to you and spend face-to-face time with your court. To show you how we can work together to proudly and professionally tell your court's unique story.
Click on the Vimeo icon below to see our work.
1755 South Naperville Road, Suite 100
Wheaton, Illinois 60189-5844
Office: (312) 278-3170
Cell: (312) 420-1542