Brooke ClantonEric Crowley and Brooke Clanton have joined Rooster to further enhance the company’s capabilities in video and digital production and content creation, social media and account service.

Crowley is Rooster’s new video and digital production director. He will work closely with both clients and across company teams to produce best-in-class multimedia campaigns and to create impactful video and digital content.

Prior to joining Rooster, Crowley spent 15 years with Farm Journal and held a number of positions there, including product manager, director of digital media, producer, photojournalist and editor. He specialized in working with product teams to deliver engaging and cohesive live and on-demand streaming services across all Farm Journal digital and broadcast platforms.

Crowley has also worked as a television news producer and photojournalist at the CBS affiliate in Terre Haute, Ind., and the NBC affiliate in South Bend, Ind. He holds an associate of applied science degree in visual communications from Ivy Tech State College. He is based in South Bend.

Brooke Clanton joins Rooster as an account executive and will support client relationships through day-to-day coordination, as well as work closely with Rooster teams on campaign and project development.

Eric CrowleyMost recently Clanton was a marketing director at Tipton & Hurst in Little Rock, Ark., where she oversaw all digital marketing efforts, including the company’s e-commerce website, email campaigns and social media strategy.

She has also worked as a social media manager at Kirkpatrick Creative in Little Rock; as an account manager on the DEKALB/Asgrow account at OBP in St. Louis; and as agriculture program manager at the Arkansas Department of Agriculture, where she worked with Arkansas governor Asa Hutchinson to establish Arkansas Ag Week, which commemorates state farmers and agricultural industries.

Clanton grew up on a fifth-generation tomato and mixed vegetable farm in Hermitage, Ark. She holds a bachelor’s degree in agricultural communications from the University of Arkansas and is based in Little Rock.

“Eric and Brooke exemplify our commitment to continue hiring the brightest minds with the best attitudes from across the agricultural industry,” said Rooster founder and CEO Josh Turney.

Rooster is a partner to brands, companies and their marketing teams in food and agriculture. Based in Clinton, Ill., the firm has satellite offices in Kansas, Virginia, Missouri, Illinois, Georgia, Tennessee, Colorado, Texas, Indiana, Kentucky and Arkansas.