We’re co-creators Anne-Marie Dorning and Ted Reinstein. We’ve made our longtime professional careers in media relations, writing, communications and broadcast journalism. That means a combined forty-plus years of extraordinary experience. We’ve worked under pressure, reported before live cameras, met countless deadlines, won national awards, and written and communicated across every media platform there is.
Anne-Marie Dorning is a five-time Emmy-award-winning journalist with twenty-years of experience. She has worked for all of the major news networks, and spent seven years exclusively as a New England-based producer for ABC News. She has covered presidential elections, breaking news stories around the nation, and the Olympic Games overseas. While working as a journalist, Anne-Marie also kept up a thriving freelance career as a writer and producer for several corporate clients, including many in the financial industry. After years in the news business as a working journalist, she became an editor and writer for a prestigious New England independent school. She specializes in writing pitch-perfect press releases that cut through the electronic clutter and get media notice. After all, she knows what works. Her talents also include crafting and developing winning media strategies for corporate clients by drawing on her extensive network of both local and national media contacts. Anne-Marie handles all public relations work and all outreach to the media for TMG clients.
Ted Reinstein is familiar to New England TV viewers as an award-winning, veteran correspondent for Boston’s celebrated (and the nation’s longest-running) nightly newsmagazine, Chronicle. For the past twenty-five years, in addition to his work in television, he’s been a writer and versatile communications professional. His first book, New England Notebook: One Reporter, Six States, Uncommon Stories, was published by Globe Pequot Press in 2013. He has written op-eds published in The Boston Globe, The Metrowest Daily News, and was a national finalist in The Washington Post’s “Next Great American Columnist” competition. He sits on the Editorial Board of the Hearst Corporation’s WCVB-TV, writes a weekly online opinion column and, as a keen and knowledgeable political observer, is a contributor to WCVB-TV’s weekly political roundtable show, “On The Record.” Ted excels in writing smart and engaging copy, and in telling a stories and crafting messages that never fail to reach an audience—often with touches of his trademark wit and humor. Ted handles public appearances and speaking engagements. He is currently working on his second book.