Paul Freundlich is a 20-year entertainment industry veteran who is the founder and president of Paul Freundlich Associates (pfa), one of the nationâ€™s leading public relations and marketing consultancy firms.
Throughout his career he has not only helped guide the careers of many of the worldâ€™s most successful and influential celebrities, he has offered his unique expertise to some of the entertainment industryâ€™s best-known organizations. It is his knowledge, understanding and experience in areas including music, corporate entertainment, television and new media that have served as the foundation for PFA. These talents, combined with his innate capabilities in strategic media and marketing, publicity and creative consultancy, have gained Freundlich notoriety as one of the leading representatives and strategists in the industry today.
His work, past and present, with the likes of Aerosmith, Faith Hill, James Taylor, Janet Jackson, Keith Urban, Microsoft, Paul McCartney, Prince, Clint Black, The American Red Cross, The Beatles and Tim McGraw, having given a diverse group of clientele highly successful and integrated media and marketing programs that have won accolades throughout the country.
His marketing strategies have been used by some of the biggest brands in the world. These campaigns have repeatedly demonstrated his ability to bridge entertainment with technology and corporate America. Clientele has included AT&T, Microsoft, Sony and Samsung.
Further, Freundlich has served as a producer for specials including Paul McCartneyâ€™s Back In The U.S. on ABC, Faith Hill: When The Lights Go Down on NBC, Paul McCartney in Red Square for A&E, as well as Tim McGraw (NBC). He served as executive producer of CMT’s one-hour special, Keith Urban: The Road To Be Here.
Freundlich is a member of the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences, the Country Music Association and the Academy of Country Music, amongst other organizations, and he remains active in many arts related projects designed to give students exposure to the arts. Freundlich has also served as a guest lecturer on entertainment marketing and public relations at local universities and trade shows.