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about corey

Corey Emanuel is a Los Angeles based producer, thought influencer and doctoral candidate with a concentration in Media Psychology.

Corey was born and raised in the small town of Belton, South Carolina. After graduating high school, he attended Erskine College where he earned a bachelor’s degree in business and marketing. After spending two years as a banker, Corey transitioned into the world of educational publishing working across the areas of marketing, sales and consulting for the world’s largest multimedia publisher, Pearson

In 2008, Corey relocated to New York City, founding his multimedia production company, Corey Emanuel Omnimedia (CEO). In 2011, he graduated from Columbia University with a master’s degree in communication. In 2012, Corey published his first children’s book entitled, Can I Be President, Too?, paying homage to President Barack Obama. 

In 2014, Corey moved to Los Angeles to begin pursuing interests in television and film as well as a PhD in Media Psychology, combining his love for both education and entertainment. Corey is currently the host of the digital series, Lend Me Your Lens, debuting Summer 2018 on YouTube.

about omnimedia

Omnimedia. noun, adjective. A combination of media, a company with interests in various forms of mass communication. Word origin: omni- ‘all-encompassing’ + media.

Corey Emanuel Omnimedia (CEO) is a full-service creative production house. We’ve worked with authors, musicians, creators and entrepreneurs from having a single idea or concept that they want to bring to market to not really being able to articulate what it is they want to do.

We understand how overwhelming it can be to not only launch or expand your brand but to then have to explain your brand or vision to multiple parties. So we decided to make it much easier. We equip our clients with the tools they need to attract and sustain their audience visually. 

Beyond the needs of our clients, CEO also creates and produces original content to be distributed online and through other broadcast channels.