With over 50 years of combined corporate communications and journalism expertise, our boutique PR agency offers the perfect blend of media strategy and corporate positioning that produces top-tier results.
Our founders, Jesse Nash and Brian Hyland, combine old-school methods with modern public relations tactics to identify the best stories and get them in front of the right journalists.
Natural-born storytellers, we are experts in our ability to quickly identify the best approach to reach a brand’s primary audiences or stakeholders.
We will design a media strategy and communications program that will uncover opportunities to tell your story in a unique, strategic, results-oriented way.
It’s YOUR story. We're here to help you tell it to the world.
Besides being the nickname of one of the public relations firm's founders, we chose the cricket as our mascot because they are one of nature’s most efficient storytellers.
With a flick of a wing, their song can be heard up to a mile away (which is quite far, relative to their size). What better PR agency partner could you find to tell your brand’s story?
We are more than a client services firm. We are part of your team.
We work with our clients to help plan messaging and strategy not just for media outreach, but also corporate branding, goal-setting, planning and development, and of course crisis management.
With decades of experience in journalism and corporate communications, our leading offering is the development and execution of high-quality, impactful media strategy campaigns.
Whether you're just launching, introducing a new product, new book or new podcast, or simply trying to get ahead of the competition, we can craft a messaging and outreach plan to fit your needs and your budget
Your customers will want to work with a trusted brand whose leaders are consistently featured in the media spotlight.
We specialize in helping founders, CEOs and executives share their voice by publishing intelligent, thought-provoking content in earned, owned and social media platforms.
"...Going from a drafting tool used to make manufacture drawings, design tools have enabled designers and engineers to shift the 3D model to the center of the business, in what we call model-based definition." - Dale Ford, CEO of Hawk Ridge Systems
Louise Baigelman, Founder and CEO of Storyshares, published an opinion column in California's most-read education trade about why the solution to the state's literacy problem needs to go beyond third grade
Digital Journal sat with Morgan McAuliffe, Nutritionist with Z.E.N. Foods, a healthy meal delivery company, and talked about how to reduce or even prevent inflammation through a healthy diet.
The residential elevator is gaining popularity on Long Island and on the East End in particular, where aging homeowners are finding that it’s adding years of useful life to houses taller than a single story.
"The tragedy that's unfolding... It's more than you see on the news..."
We do live on a strange planet, where killers lurk online. This interview about the hit podcast has True Crime fans talking
"we've already opened Pandora's Box... but now we've gone into the secret chamber of Pandora's Box.... curation can be totally automated, and that's an incremental step to accepting the omnipresence of A.I." - Vernon Reid
It's such a fine time for wine,,, New brand of vino — called Single Married Divorced sparkling wine — is pouring for Valentine’s Day.
The Four Tops first sang together at a high school party in Detroit and their musical bond would carry them to the top of the charts. The last surviving member of the famous Motown harmony group, Abdul “Duke” Fakir, is releasing a new memoir called “I'll Be There" coming out in May.
"it’s the nonprofit Ukraine Friends and The Ukrainian Congress Committee of America who are... coordinating my safety, logistics and protection while I’m in their territory." - Rachael Ray
Brian Hyland is the lead expert in this ROI-NJ story about the changing landscape of the public relations industry. "PR Is a marathon, Not a sprint"
Cricket Public Relations Cofounder, Jesse Nash, talks about the end of the SAG-AFTRA strike, says he believes actors got the protections they needed.
Jesse Nash and Brian Hyland were featured as PR agency thought leaders in The New York Post's "At Work" Section in November 2022. Click the logo to read the article titled "Further your business by doing your own public relations," Which includes Cricket Public Relations insights.
"...In 2023, we resolve to not lose touch with our humanity & our personal connections with our team, clients & journalists. ...We believe speaking with a real person is paramount, and refuse to let devices manage our relationships." - Cricket Public Relations
As quoted in the Carol Roth Small Business Blog
My humble opinion is that Apple should go ahead and release the film [Emancipation, starring Will Smith] in 2022 for three reasons:
The content is too good to hold back; Apple’s reputation will survive any negative feedback; and The notion that it deserves(d) an Oscar will be the prevailing assumption throughout Hollywood.
Paraphrased from a bylined article by Brian Hyland in MediaPost's MediaNewsDaily newsletter
We believe that a public relations team with a professional yet personal, human touch can make a great impact. Contact us and together we will help you tell your story to the world.
And they are also great for analyzing website traffic and optimizing your website experience.