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Frank PR Promotes Three Staffers

New York-based praisery Frank PR has promoted three of its staffers, with Tiffany Malloy tapped to become a director of publicity at the firm.

Stephanie Davidson will step up to manager of publicity, while Kathryn Kennedy becomes a full-fledged publicist.

Shingle, founded in 2008 by New Line Cinema vets Clare Anne Darrragh and Lina Plath, handles clients including the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Science, Mark Burnett skein “The Bible” and film fests in the Hamptons, Sarasota, Fla. and Nantucket, Mass.

Malloy, who’s been with Frank since she signed on as an assistant in 2009, has recently worked on campaigns for Magnolia Pictures’ “V/H/S/2” and WWE Studios’ “The Day,” as well as the Hamptons Intl. Film Festival.

Davidson has worked with clients including Film District’s “Parker,” HBO docu “The Crash Reel” and the Gotham Independent Film Awards, while Kennedy’s duties have included Focus Features’ “Promised Land,” HBO doc “Ethel” and the Nantucket festival.

The New York Comedy Festival, EPIX and the Cooking Channel also are among the company’s clients, as are nonprofits Water4 and Smile Train. The office also has worked on film campaigns for Lionsgate and SnagFilms, among other distributors.

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The downtown Manhattan office of Frank PR currently has an employee roster of ten.

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