Cavalry PR | David Thompson
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David Thompson is a co-founder of Cavalry PR

CONTACT DAVID

 Tel: 323.920.9701

 david@cavalrypr.com

DAVID THOMPSON

Co-Founder   Los Angeles

David Thompson, a former news and entertainment journalist with a trusted reputation for professionalism and quality writing, uses his deep contacts with publications and websites around the globe to bring the best insight possible to Cavalry PR’s clients.

His experience as a correspondent, editor and news director with international media companies makes him an invaluable asset to clients seeking instant reach in the 24-hour news landscape.

David carefully guides our clients through the media jungle, providing peace of mind and results.

During his many years of investigating national and international stories, David developed a strong and deep network of global media contacts that he uses to our clients’ advantage.

David began his career in journalism in London working for prestigious publications including The Daily Mail and The Daily Telegraph. He moved to Los Angeles in 1997 and traveled across North and South America, breaking exclusives on some of the world’s biggest stories. David also has run the Los Angeles bureaus of several entertainment magazines, including In Touch Weekly and the U.S. edition of OK! Magazine.

He then went on to create and run Red Think Media which, for years, was a successful, international news and photo agency based in Los Angeles that further expanded David’s long list of international media connections.

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