Fast, Accurate, Professional Editorial Services
Park Crest Content offers an extensive range of editorial services for top-level executives, marketers and public relations practitioners:
Steve Friedman, president of Park Crest Content, is renowned for his creative copy; his ability to translate technical information into easily understood, market-friendly terms; and his lightning speed in drafting exceptional content.
Editorial projects always incorporate highly accurate grammar, reflecting AP Stylebook requirements.
Acclaimed executive trainer Steve Friedman coaches groups and individuals on methods for improving the effectiveness of their presentations on stage, on screen and on air. He offers dozens of practical tips on messaging, improving body language, voice, visual support, managing Q&A and other aspects of presentations.
One-to-one coaching is provided to each participant to practice very specific techniques to enhance individual skills and improve effectiveness. Each presenter is videotaped repeatedly and critiqued on style and content.
Presentation training from Park Crest Content is designed to appreciably enhance each spokesperson’s effectiveness before a group and around a conference table. Participants come away with valuable tips for capturing and holding the attention of their audiences, for working more effectively with support visuals, for communicating their messages convincingly and for handling questions from the audience.
Park Crest Content works virtually and in-person with businesses all across the United States.
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Communications Consulting Expertise
All content is developed by Steve Friedman, a veteran journalist, business writer, executive trainer, video producer, Internet webmaster and public relations executive. His background includes 10 years as a TV and radio journalist, five years as a business magazine editor and 30 years as an editor and writer for businesses of all sizes in a wide range of fields, including:
Steve has developed strategies, high-level written materials, messaging and training programs for many global brands while directing the editorial services and video production units of nationally known public relations firms.
Earlier, he worked as a researcher for CBS News with Walter Cronkite, Dan Rather and other correspondents. He was assigned to Apollo spaceflights, national political conventions and the CBS Evening News. He subsequently was an editor, reporter and news-film photographer for TV network affiliates in Cincinnati and Columbus, Ohio. For five years he was editor of The Detroiter business magazine and served a term as national chairman of the American Chamber of Commerce Communications Council.
Steve earned his master's degree from the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism (studying under Edward R. Murrow's producer, Fred Friendly), after graduating Phi Beta Kappa in journalism from The University of Michigan.