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Intrepid Media is a boutique political
media and public affairs consulting practice.

We're known for groundbreaking advertising
and uniquely effective political and advocacy campaigns.

We write persuasive television and digital ads, speeches, editorials, public policy and social media content with power, style and grace...and all in your unique voice.

We work with candidates, lobbying efforts and public advocacy groups to shape their messages and create compelling, effective language for their causes and campaigns.

We make ads for television and digital that tell compelling stories, build candidate and brand images and control the agenda in your campaign.

Every ad we make is backed by polling and research, driven by data and amplified with aggressive earned and social media.  
When it comes to negative ads, we have no rivals.
We build media and political campaigns for candidates, SuperPACS, state parties, associations, corporations and brands with a commitment to victory based on research, data and metrics, not political folklore. 
We leverage decades of national press relations experience, deep contacts in the media, and tireless outreach to deliver earned media results that commits news, shapes coverage and moves public opinion.

We manage political and corporate crises with a steady hand and the kind of unemotional counsel your lawyers and PR people can't provide.
Rick Wilson is a Republican political strategist and media consultant with over 20 years of experience in national and statewide candidate campaigns, ballot measures, independent expenditure efforts, corporate and government public affairs, brand management, and crisis communications.

He has helped elect Presidents, Governors, U.S. Senators, Members of Congress, statewide Cabinet officers and state legislators. Intrepid Media has served over 100 candidates, state parties, the national committees, SuperPACS, corporate and association clients since its founding.  
The creator of some of the most famous (and infamous) television spots of the last two decades, Rick is one of the GOP's most prominent voices, and the man ABC News called the mastermind behind one of the most brilliant ads of the 2014 cycle. A frequent commentator on CNN, MSNBC, and other networks, he was recently profiled in the New York Times
He writes for The Daily Beast, Politico, The New York Daily News, The Federalist, Independent Journal Review, and Ricochet. He is at work on his first book.

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