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Last updated: 12/3/2017
Sage Media Planning & Placement, Inc.
Organization: Consulting Firm / Vendor
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Sage Media Planning & Placement, Inc.
1322 G Street SE
Washington
District of Columbia
20003  United States
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202-675-6936 (Phone)
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  Data/Analytics, Digital Advertising, Media Buying
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  LGBT Owned Business, Women Owned Business
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Sage Media Planning is a Democratic media planning and research firm with decades of expertise at all levels of political campaigns, from small mayoral races to national SuperPacs.

Sage Media Planning & Placement (formerly Mundy Katowitz Media) uses a thoughtful blend of media to reach people at multiple points throughout their day. Our skilled political media buyers use broadcast television, cable, radio, digital, print, and outdoor advertising to create media campaigns as broad or as narrow as our clients need to achieve their goals.

Sage Media’s political media tracking department monitors and analyzes opponents’ political media spending to give our campaign clients the greatest amount of information possible when planning and placing their media. There’s no shortcut to doing this well. We are committed to providing our campaigns with the context to make wise choices.