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The world of communications is moving faster than ever before, driven by rapidly-changing technology and an insatiable desire for new and creative content. We have long been known for our award-winning film, television, and communication strategies, and today we are pushing the envelope to move faster and more visually than ever before.

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Adam Goodman
Adam GoodmanPresident and CEO
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Ashley InartagliaDirector of Operations
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We offer full in-house production and post-production as well as a communications “war room” that operates at times of crisis as a mission control center. With these resources, Victory Group is equipped to be here for you at any time of day to deliver real-time visual content when both creativity and speed count the most.


1607, 2013

Catsimatidis Update: Storify Feed

We’ve taken all of the latest news from the John Catsimatidis Mayoral campaign in NYC and put it in a Storify feed. See what’s new (including our latest ad spot for him) after the jump.

1806, 2013

Hashtags on Facebook? #BraceYourselves

On Wednesday, Facebook announced the slow roll out of Hashtag support. While the social media giant may be a little late to this particular party, the addition signifies three things: 1) Hashtags are definitely mainstream within the context of social media functionality;  2) end users might want to accept the notion that are about to be bombarded by # from peers and marketers alike; and, 3) it’s probably going to get ugly for a while.



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