Jonathan Bock

Grace Hill Media

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Founder and president of Grace Hill Media, a faith-based marketing firm

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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

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.

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