LOUISVILLE, Ky. – March 30, 2011 – LEAP, a digital agency, announced today its partnership with stalkTALK, a new comedy series. The partnership began in March to provide digital marketing support for the stalkTALK web series.
“We partnered with stalkTALK for many reasons: we support the Arts, we support our community, and we love projects that push boundaries — and stalkTALK encompasses each of these values LEAP embraces,” said Christy Belden, Vice President of Media + Marketing.
LEAP is charged with creating the strategy, implementation and management of the stalkTALK social media properties. This includes a Facebook page and a main Twitter account for the show, along with Twitter profiles for each of the main characters.
In addition to social media marketing, LEAP is providing public relations support to stalkTALK - reaching out to film, TV, news, and the entertainment industry.
The stalkTALK pilot premieres on March 30 on www.stalktalk.tv.
LEAP is a digital agency with an integrated philosophy. LEAP helps clients engage with customers according to their own individualized relationship with the brand. Agency services include a full spectrum of strategies and executions from brand creation to campaign integration to metrics analysis. With offices in Louisville, Boston and Cincinnati, LEAP works with clients from coast to coast, including Sun Tan City, McGraw-Hill, Sutter Home, Tommy Hilfiger, Graco and Texas Roadhouse. For more information, please visit www.leapagency.com.
Premiering spring 2011, stalkTALK is a new ensemble comedy webseries created by Rachel Annette Helson about rehab for celebrity stalkers. The plot centers on a rehabilitation group for recovering “B-list celebrity” stalkers that operates its meetings using the same model as Alcoholics Anonymous. These court-ordered group therapy sessions are funded by a fictional organization, Celebrities Against Celebrity Stalkers, commonly called CACS (pronounced KACKS). stalkTALK explores the lives of six quirky, and at times delusional, celebrity stalkers and their ever-comedic antics on their rocky road to recovery.