Patrick Crosby, the quick-witted press spokesman and long-time fixture in the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Atlanta, is moving on. He had been with the office for 15 years.
Crosby, a former investigative reporter and anchorman, has opened a media and public relations service called GeorgiaNewsmakers.com.  While in the media, he won two Emmys and a national Telly.
“For Georgia’s legal community, business and other independents, why is someone else making headlines, or used as an expert source and not you?,” his website says. “Have you had true media training from a true professional and not someone who happens to have some peripheral experience and works for a PR firm?”
“It is your opportunity to play to your strengths, exhibit your expertise, and have the opportunity to be a public figure expert, case study, feature, or participant in the mainstream, in the media, print, broadcast, narrowcast, specialty media, social media, and community events, all arranged for you, and written for you as well,” the site says.