SOURCE: Capitol Communicator

Capitol Communicator

January 19, 2012 13:55 ET

Capitol Communicator Declares 2012 as CCYEAR

FALLS CHURCH, VA--(Marketwire - Jan 19, 2012) - Because communication-related events have morphed into week-long activities in many instances and because Capitol Communicator covers and promotes many of these events and much more throughout the year, Capitol Communicator dubbed 2012 as CCYEAR. CCYEAR refers to the communications industry taking notice that Capitol Communicator is the place to go for news of weekly events such as Adweek DC and Baltimore, Social Media Week DC and Design Week.

Capitol Communicator has produced a humorous video touting its coverage of these real events as well as dubious gatherings including Ethics in Politics, the American Association of Demonstrators for Hire and the I Had A Relationship With A Famous Person Week. The video, directed by Greg Berger, features Mason Harris and Steve Stern (a Steve Carell impersonator) on the faux CC Network.

"It used to be that industry conferences were two-day events at most, but communication is now a 24/7 activity for many organizations so there is a lot more material to cover," says co-founder Paul Duning. "We thought we would have some fun with all the great weekly and daily events we promote plus since 2012 is suppose to be the last year before the end of the world, we did not want to miss out on the opportunity of declaring 2012 CCYEAR."

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