Since its inception in 2006, Sneak Attack Media has been promoting music and lifestyle brands through innovative strategies that go beyond traditional publicity. By combining online-focused PR with grassroots digital marketing, Sneak Attack Media creates distinctive campaigns that are fun, engaging, and effective. The company’s range of services—which includes social media, content creation, creative promotions, and brand and digital partnerships—reflect Sneak Attack Media’s unique brand of passion, innovation, and technology.
“Working at Sneak Attack Media is a truly rewarding experience on so many levels,” says VP Mike Bell. “Not only is our team incredibly talented and creative—we have a lot of fun together doing big things in our little office.”
Sneak Attack has grown since it started a decade ago in a tiny East Village apartment, but its current space still maintains a fun, casual vibe—and little touches that make it feel less like an office. While the company has moved on to take on big projects with clients such as Third Eye Blind, The Cult, The English Beat, Motörhead, Nathaniel Rateliff, and Joni Mitchell, it still remains true to that intimate, hands-on feel it offers to its emerging artists. You’ll find that the music is always playing, and the staff members happily take turns as DJ, blasting their favorite songs and sharing new music they discover.
But the strong appreciation for good tunes don’t stop there—co-workers frequently see shows together to support clients and friends' bands. Sneak Attack also hosts a quarterly mixer that brings together people from the music and technology industries for a casual hang at a bar downtown.
So, if you’re a music-lover who wants to work on a close-knit team that’s passionate about adding a warm feel to the larger digital media industry, apply to Sneak Attack Media today!
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Caroline Liu is a freelance writer, graphic designer, and computer programmer studying at Wesleyan University. She is pursuing majors in Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and Computer Science in order to bridge her passions for tech, design, and social justice. Learn more about Caroline on her website or follow her on Twitter.More from this Author