Category Archives: News
Client: Starkville School District
Creative: Broadcast Media Group
The Starkville School District took home two first place awards during the Mississippi School Public Relations Association’s 2009 Awards of Excellence program in Jackson on Friday. SSD was awarded first place in the audio/visual category for its video, “Believe,” and in the marketing material category for a newspaper ad campaign promoting Starkville’s public schools. Read More
The Greater Starkville Development Partnership sponsored a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Broadcast Media Group at the new Studios on North Jackson.
Broadcast Media Group has been in business for 13 years, but held an Open House Nov. 19 to celebrate the relocation into the Studios, which Broadcast Media owner Robbie Coblentz and his wife Bonnie Coblentz renovated with a vision in mind of creating incubator space for small businesses, as well as other professional offices. Read More
November 25, 2009
by Tim Pratt
Jim Lytle can’t help but get a little teary-eyed when he talks about his new business, Mediagraphix Photography, on North Jackson Street.
Lytle for years served as chief photographer at Mississippi State University’s Office of Agricultural Communications. He also has shot for The Associated Press for more than 20 years. Read More
Top 40 Under 40: Robbie C. Coblentz, 36,
President and CEO, Broadcast Media Group, Inc.
STARKVILLE – In the late 1980s, Robbie Coblentz helped make a music video that aired on a cable channel in his hometown of Meridian.
The impressionable teen fell in love with the creative process of video production, bought a small professional editing system, taught himself how’ to use it, and set up shop in his room. Read More
‘Cow’ flick a real hit, Miss. dad discovers
May 31, 2004
By Gary Pettus
Watching his young son stare wide-eyed at the large animals grazing in roadside pastures, Robbie Coblentz realized you can get more than milk out of a cow.
An education, for one thing.
“Our son David, who’s almost 3 now, was about 18 months old when this started. He thinks cows are the greatest thing in the world,” says Coblentz, of the video production company Broadcast Media Group in Starkville. Read More