TV and Media
RedChip Money Report™
Our TV show, produced in our state-of-the-art studio at our Orlando, FL headquarters, airs in nearly 200 million homes internationally. The 30 minute show airs on Bloomberg Europe, Bloomberg Australia, Bloomberg Latin America, Bloomberg Asia, and Newsmax TV (available on DIRECTV).
The RedChip Money Report™ features interviews with public and private companies with market caps ranging from $20 million to $2 billion. Wall Street Analysts, portfolio managers and other industry experts regularly appear on the show.
TV Commercial Platform
RedChip's writes and produces TV commercials for its client companies. NASDAQ, NYSE and OTC Markets companies have used this powerful platform to reach hundreds of thousands of investors. Our platform is an end-to-end solution for public companies who want exposure to hundreds of thousands of potential investors. Our team writes, creates, produces, and places the TV spots. RedChip is also a media placement agency. Our client commercials air on CNBC, Fox Business, Fox, ABC, NBC, CBS, Bloomberg, and BBC using both local and national networks.
RedChip coordinates, writes and produces corporate videos with its own in-house team of media experts, providing on-site production.
In addition to IR related videos, RedChip client companies use our expertise to develop and create videos for their products and services.
RedChip's capabilities include the writing, editing, layout, and design of financial books. Our most recent book, Small Stocks, Big Money (previously titled, Microcap Superstars, is a book of interviews with the some of the biggest players in small-caps. Written by the president of RedChip Companies, Dave Gentry, Small Stocks, Big Money, is being published by Wiley Publishing, one of the largest publishers of financial books in the world.
"I value our relationship with RedChip. I have nothing but praise for the RedChip team. Their platform is innovative and effective. I strongly recommend them for any serious smaller-cap company that needs exposure to Wall Street's institutional and retail investor community."