Armsden joins The Bureau of Business

By Jonas Lopez in Media News on

Justin Armsden (photo credit: Twitter profile)Former TV anchorman/producer Justin Armsden has signed on with PR/marketing agency The Bureau of Business as the head of its video production department.

The new job calls for Armsden to oversee the creation of various graphics and video materials to support the agency’s campaigns by applying his extensive knowledge of the media environment. He earned the assignment based on his experience hosting World Sport on CNN, shows on Fox Sports, and producing segments of A Current Affair in Victoria before running his own marketing communications business.

“I have spent a lifetime telling stories across all formats, which means I have a unique set of skills to bring on board. We will be producing the highest-quality videos that will appeal to a mass consumer market. It’s what I have been doing for a long time in various forms,” said Armsden.

“It makes perfect sense to appoint Justin and his team to The Bureau. This is truly an exciting time for us,” added agency director Sandra Aloi.

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