DENVER, CO--(Marketwired - Jun 8, 2016) -  Boom Broadcast & Media Relations is proud to work with the Entertainment Industry Foundation to distribute their latest public service campaign -- a unique endeavor where young emerging filmmakers were engaged to produce peer-to-peer anti-smoking messages.

"It is so exciting to be a part of this fresh approach utilizing young filmmakers' talent and imagination to reach out to their peers and educate them on the dangers of smoking," said Joan Winkler, partner Boom Broadcast & Media Relations."

The new anti-smoking public service announcements (PSAs), produced by young filmmakers in collaboration with the Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF), a 501(c)(3) organization, are designed to encourage teenagers to abstain from using tobacco products and to educate audiences about the risks and side effects of smoking.

The notion of peer-to-peer communication was central in the development of the PSAs. The "Life" and the "No Smoke Squad" PSAs were written and developed by youth from Ghetto Film School's Digital Bodega. Beyond delivering anti-smoking messages, these PSAs also further the growth of young filmmakers by fostering creative development and delivering their work to new audiences.

About Boom Broadcast & Media Relations
Boom Broadcast & Media Relations creates and distributes news and public awareness content to television, radio and online media outlets. With offices in Colorado and New Jersey, the women-owned business provides clients with strategic planning, execution and distribution of broadcast news, event and cause related content. Campaigns include detailed tracking and reporting of all content that includes: news packages, satellite, radio and internet media tours, Public Service Announcements and online video content.

About Entertainment Industry Foundation:
As one of the entertainment community's leading charitable organizations for more than 70 years, the Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF) has distributed hundreds of millions of dollars to support initiatives addressing critical health, education and social issues. Visit

About Ghetto Film School:
Ghetto Film School (GFS) was founded to educate, develop and celebrate the next generation of great American storytellers. Based in the South Bronx, New York and MacArthur Park, Los Angeles, Ghetto Film School's 1,000 individuals are annually engaged in the organization's programming, always free of charge. In 2009, GFS led a partnership with the NYC Department of Education to open The Cinema School (TCS) in the Bronx, the nation's first and only film high school offering students a rigorous liberal arts curriculum grounded in creativity. The Fellows Program is an intense, 15-month, after school honors course for TCS juniors and seniors who show incredible potential or skill in different areas of filmmaking. GFS LA, started in 2014 with partners 21st Century Fox and nonprofit Heart of Los Angeles, is a 30-month rigorous immersion in cinematic storytelling for Southern California teens. Ghetto Film School also houses the alumni-run Digital Bodega, a full-service boutique production company. They demonstrate a commitment to the education-to-industry transition through The Roster, a new citywide initiative to identify and strengthen the professional networks and pathways necessary for diverse, early career talent to successfully advance within New York City's vibrant creative industries. Visit

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