Founder Integrated Marketing
With a broad roster of clients, expansive network of relationships, membership on industry committees and trade organizations, Rus brings unique insights and vantage point to emerging trends and technologies, regulatory issues, and new business opportunities.
As a television executive he is credited with more than sixty series and specials, including variety, talk, news, reality, magazine, sports, sitcom, game show, commercial, live event, home video, and transactional programming; responsible for the production, delivery, marketing and sales on network, syndicated, cable, and web-based content. At the corporate level, Rus held various positions including executive in charge of production for Viacom, KingWorld, CBS, Hearst, Eyemark, and Columbia Pictures.
- "Rus Sarnoff is the best, most ethical guide I can recommend in the DRTV world. You can count on Rus for sound advice, meaningful introductions and honest evaluations."
- "In the world of business development consultants it's rare to find someone who works as hard as Rus to meet your needs. Not only did he deliver great results, but he was also highly responsive and truly cared about exceeding our expectations. I highly recommend Rus to anyone interested in generating new business in the direct marketing space"
"You'd be surprised who he might know. He always amazes me with his contacts. He's like a multi-tentacled brain cell connected to a vast neural network.. a sort of Rolodex super hero."
"We face significant challenges in the future including better funded competitors for our media space, rising vendor costs, shifting consumer behavior, and escalating regulatory interference with even the most compliant of practices. Our goal at Integrated Marketing, LLC, is to identify Best of Class channels, products, services and opportunities to help our valued clients achieve business success and to help them realize their full revenue potentials."
"Our industry, like so many others, is a business based on relationships. At times, this can foster both the best and/or the worst of business practices. Loyalty, in business, must never cloud a marketer's vigilance towards the bottom line. It's fine to recognize and protect "long time partners", but it never hurts to stay abreast of relevant alternatives in marketing".