Adam J. Segal is a film, television, and issues publicist based in the New York region. He founded The 2050 Group – Publicity, a full-service publicity and marketing agency, in 2006. The agency’s work is often focused on film, television, and digital projects that are at the intersection of entertainment and issues (whether they are political, social, or cultural and whether they are domestic or international).
In 2018 alone, agency clients received 13 national Emmy Award nominations. And in just the past five years, agency clients received at least 66 national Emmy Award nominations and nearly 150 industry film, television, and social impact awards nominations overall.
The 2050 Group – Publicity has been one of the nation’s leading entertainment and issues PR agencies offering full-service services to clients including Oscar nominated documentaries Edith + Eddie, Knife Skills, Joe’s Violin, 4.1 Miles, plus POV‘s Last Men in Aleppo, Miss Sharon Jones!, Hooligan Sparrow, The Work, Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World, The Waiting Room, Virunga, and many more.
The agency has handled publicity for numerous film festivals including Double Exposure Investigative Film Festival & Symposium, Traverse City Film Festival, Maryland Film Festival, and the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival.
Segal has been a speaker at numerous film industry events including the International Documentary Association’s Doc-U series, DOC NYC Pro conference, and the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival.
While working in the PR field, Segal served on the faculties of graduate-level communications programs at Johns Hopkins University and Georgetown University for nearly a decade. He is a graduate of Johns Hopkins University and The George Washington University.