DISD Trustee Jaime Resendez, busted living in a house outside of his representative district, is giving up his seat on the Board. BSM discovered Resendez living in a home he had purchased in 2017. The problem is, the new home is outside of his representative district and state law clearly states that if an elected representative lives outside of his district he must vacate that seat. DISD attorneys agreed and Resendez, who is running for Dallas City Council, has decided not to fight the ruling. Trustees will appoint his successor. Brett Shipp Media is North Texas’ only advocate reporter whose clients get justice without going to court.
One BSM client is getting her job back and another is back on tv telling his story of whistleblowing and retaliation. What’s more, my investigation in connection with WFAA-TV has forced the re-opening of an internal audit into allegations of purchasing irregularities, violations and retaliation. Bottom line, Brett Shipp Media clients get results that attorneys, many times can’t achieve. I put my investigative and communicative skills to work, you get RESULTS.
BSM investigates/catches DISD Trustee Jaime Resendez living outside his legal District boundaries. Our coverage is carried by the Dallas Morning News.
A teacher is attacked on camera at DISD’s Skyline High School. Brett Shipp Media was retained by parents and teachers to push out the video and promote the message, a lack of campus security means dangers for teachers and students. The story and video aired on most every television outlet in the DFW market.
BSM clients featured on WFAA. Whistleblowers fired after uncovering violations and waste at DISD.
A tragic motorcycle accident was almost labeled as an accident until the Hamilton Wingo law firm got involved. The story of how they turned things around for their client is told on WFAA-TV after Brett Shipp Media becomes involved in brokering the media coverage the firm needed to push their story out into the public. Brett Shipp Media gets results.
KTVT’s Jack Fink features Rice professor Dan Wallach concerned about election day vulnerabilities and archaic software across Texas that needs to be replaced. My clients wants to see this report and Dr. Wallach’s views published publicly.
Working in concert with Hamilton Wingo LLP, WFAA’s lawsuit story on the aggrieved widow gets a high hit count on the Dallas Morning News webpage.
My goal is to keep my audience fully informed on matters of local importance via original content, blog material, visual productions, marketing strategies or other content provided by other credible news sources. Here you will find examples of Brett Shipp Media products and strategies that resulted in local and national news stories, that have benefited my clients and or were instrumental in bringing about justice. That's my goal - to help right wrongs, highlight injustice, shine the spotlight in the dark corners of inequity and bring about solutions for those who find it hard to get issues resolved or ideas marketed on their own.