Jeff Walker

'genre consultant' to Hollywood studios

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Long-time "genre consultant" to the studios, specializing in Hollywood movie PR campaigns targeting the Comic-Con audience. Entertainment Weekly named Jeff Walker #46 on its "50 Smartest People in Hollywood" list for being one of the key people in the business to recognize the value of marketing movies at Comic-Con

Jeff Walker on KCRW

Comic-Con and Hollywood: A Symbiotic Relationship

from The Business

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