Gary Rosen Communications

A media company specializing in Public Relations, Production and Crisis Management



Gary Rosen Communications (GRC) was founded in 2000. Since opening its doors, GRC has fostered excellent relationships with studios, celebrities, authors, musicians, and corporations just to name a few. 

GRC’s clients include CBS Television Distribution’s Judge Judy, the #1 program in daytime television, presided over by Judge Judy Sheindlin.  The company also handles Hot Bench, the syndicated courtroom hit.  For many years GRC repped NBC Universal’s Maury, hosted by Maury Povich; The Jerry Springer Show; The Steve Wilkos Show and The John Walsh Show.

Additionally, Gary Rosen has generated publicity for more than 20 television shows including  Extra, The People’s Court, The Montel Williams Show, Hard Copy, Geraldo, Leeza, A Current Affair, Real TV, and The Joan Rivers Show. GRC was responsible for the launch or re-launch of several shows including Leeza with Leeza Gibbons and The People’s Court with Judge Jerry Sheindlin, as well as Judge Marilyn Milian.  

Before entering the field of Public Relations, Rosen was a television writer and magazine editor.  His byline has appeared in TV GUIDE, Television Week, Adweek, The New York Post, and others.  His copius list of celebrities and television executive interviews is highlighted by Oprah Winfrey, Joan Rivers, Merv Griffin, Ted Koppel and Carol Burnett.

Rosen is heard on radio stations from coast-to-coast.  He appears on E!, CNN, C-SPAN, Fox News, HLN, Reelz and The Insider offering opinions as a crisis management expert.  Rosen lectures about public relations and entertainment industry at UCLA, NYU and Fordham University.



VP of GRC, Janice Lusky Greenspan, has over 25 years of industry experience. She has held multiple and prestigious positions within the entertainment business including executive level positions at various companies such as BVK/Meka, Publicis Sánchez & Levitan, and Telemundo Network.

Among her many accomplishments, she has launched numerous top-rated telenovelas and TV shows. Greenspan has also developed and or supervised national public relations campaigns including:

Coca-Cola - “Copa Coca-Cola,” national amateur soccer team
MCI WorldCom - “Kids Card Program,” 27-city tour
Prodigy - “Niños Prodigy,” search for Latino child prodigies
Coors - “Leyendo que bien se pasa”
Andy García - “Cachao, Mambo y Descarga” Latin jazz concert series
Judge Judy - Star on Hollywood Walk of Fame
North Shore Animal League - 25 City "Tour For Life"
Past clients include:
FedEx, Burger King, Upjohn, Cingular Wireless, Nissan North America, and Breyers, among others.


Avery D. Mann serves as a media consultant for companies that have products and services aimed at protecting children.

Most recently he was VP of Media Relations for National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.  Previously, he was the head publicist and director of media relations for the Washington, DC based FOX Television program, America's Most Wanted.

While managing the PR department, Mann worked with and responded to all media and public inquiries, and coordinated all publicity and demands for host John Walsh.  As part of the production team responsible for shooting the FOX network program, Mann traveled with Mr. Walsh to cities around the United States and internationally, coordinating publicity and ensuring that the many demands for Mr. Walsh's time and attention were met. 

Mann continues to work closely with media outlets including NBC's Today show, Entertainment Tonight, Extra, Good Morning America, CNNFox News ChannelUSA TodayPeople MagazineABC Radio and many others.

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