Archive for September, 2012
Gramercy Communications President and Founder Tom Nardacci recently wrote an article titled “Managing the Reputation of a Business” for the Albany-Colonie Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Visions Magazine. The article outlines the changing communications landscape and the impact social media has made.
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Gramercy Communications was acknowledged by the Rensselaer County Legislature for its efforts in preserving the Troy Sentinel newspaper. Gramercy Communications provided a community grant to the Troy Public Library to digitize the original copies of the Troy Sentinel.
Gramercy Communications believes in the preservation of the region’s history. The grant project was inspired by our new office building, located at 225 River Street in downtown Troy, which once housed the Troy Sentinel. The Troy Sentinel was a biweekly news publication that circulated from 1823-1832. Their most notable news publication was published on December 23, 1823 when the poem “Account of a Visit from St. Nicholas” was published. This poem later became know as “‘Twas the Night Before Christmas.”
The digitization project is complete and the Troy Public Library is now the first library to have the entire volume of the Troy Sentinel newspaper in an online PDF format. The files were created with character recognition software, which makes these documents searchable for keywords and phrases. Please watch our video for more information on the Troy Sentinel project.
Gramercy Communications was recently profiled in the latest edition of The Business Council Connect newsletter. The member profile highlighted our recent move into the historic 225 River Street building in downtown Troy and our grant provided to the Troy Public Library to fully digitize their original copies of the Troy Sentinel newspaper.