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Welcome to ACS: Your friendly neighborhood communications professionals

Hello, everyone! Thanks for checking out the Ag Comm blog. The goal of this post is to provide an overview of the creative services available through our unit to help support DASNR's communications and marketing efforts.

Agricultural Communications Services - or ACS - or Ag Comm - is a non-academic service unit comprised of professional communicators. The experienced staff covers the gamut: writing, editing, videography, television production, graphic design, illustrations, photography, website design, marketing and social media. From fact sheets to logos, press releases, videos, portraits and Twitter tips (to name only a few) - we serve as the official news and information unit for the division, as well as its marketing firm and television production studio. And we thoroughly enjoy every aspect!

We work closely with our Extension, research and teaching colleagues on campus and statewide to gather and disseminate information. Our number one goal is to support the university's land-grant mission by getting credible, unbiased information into the hands of people who can use it. In today's increasingly competitive communications environment, we routinely develop strategies and create materials designed to underscore the DASNR and OSU brand - while also engaging and informing existing and new audiences.

If you have a project in mind, want to ramp up your program's social media efforts, or have an interesting story to suggest - we would love to hear from you. The best place to get started is our website, where you can learn more about our services, meet our team and check out our project request form. You may also email us anytime at agcommservices@okstate.edu or chat on the phone at 405-744-4065. We look forward to hearing from you!

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Lyndall Stout
ACS Director & SUNUP Host