Craig Karpel

Karpel Group

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Owner and president of the Karpel Group, a marketing firm specializing in outreach to the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) community

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Hollywood studios make use of specialty marketing firms to reach a variety of niche audiences. We look at the case studies of Magic Mike and The Blind Side.

Marketing Movies to Christians and Gays

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