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TransMedia Group Checks Into "The Hotel Barclay" With PR/Marketing Designed to Help the Horror Web Series Terrify Its Way Onto Television

BOCA RATON, Fla., July 17, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The international PR firm TransMedia Group ( promises some thrilling publicity designed to take the horror web series The Hotel Barclay ( to the next frightening level.

The Internet sensation is in the works of producing its third season, with longer episodes running over 25 minutes. TransMedia will help find the most suitable television network for the psychological horror series to premiere on.

"Our publicity will present The Hotel Barclay as inspired by such masterpieces within the horror genre such as The Shining, Rosemary's Baby, and The Exorcist, balancing terror and elegance with an original and fresh twist," said TransMedia VP of PR and Digital Marketing Alexandra Flugel.

"The episodic series uncovers what happens when the haunted hotel preys on the vulnerabilities of guests, and the dark energy and ghosts that haunt the halls trigger inescapable and existential terror within the victims' minds. It is sure to attract those fascinated by all things macabre and taboo. This is a must see for anyone hooked on American Horror Story and those that crave disturbing psychological horrors," she added.

TransMedia Group is the perfect fit to undertake this project as experts in the entertainment industry rank the firm as one of the top 40 firms in the country for Entertainment PR. The firm has huge success with representing prominent figures within the entertainment industry and multiple film festivals.

Leah Myette, the creator of Hotel Barclay, became inspired to become a writer and director when she became disillusioned by the unoriginal story lines and stereotypical female roles she encountered while pursuing an acting career in Los Angeles. "I want to bring a greater sense of dread back to the horror genre," says the director and writer. TransMedia said it is determined to help Myette achieve that deserving goal.

Flugel will pitch the show to the National Association of Television Program Executives (NAPTE). NAPTE is a huge conference where creators try to secure deals and partnerships with networks and media executives for their show or screen play.

"We are very excited about this project and I'm confident there will be a lot of interest in The Hotel Barclay" she said. "There is definitely a market and a strong existing fan base for horror."

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SOURCE TransMedia Group