Pink House Media was founded by Linze Rice, a journalist and photographer who has scooped and told some of Chicago’s most viral stories. From breaking the story on Chicago's first cat cafe, to profiling incredible people like Holocaust survivor Ben "Benny the Barber" Scheinkopf and "Tattoo Grandma" Helen Lambin, to helping new businesses sell "out of everything" their very first day, Linze’s stories have been picked up by the New York Times, The Today Show, ABC News, Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun-Times, Chicago Magazine, Politico, Jet Magazine, Curbed, Eater, Time Out Chicago, Chicago Reader, Patch, El Dia Newspaper, Jezebel, The Takeout, Thrillist, Chicagoist, Buzzfeed, The Frisky, EdgevilleBuzz, Uptown Update, ABC 7 Chicago, Fox 32 Chicago, WGN TV, NBC 5 Chicago, Windy City Live, You & Me Chicago, Chicago Tonight, WTTW, WGN Radio, WBBM Radio, WBEZ Radio and dozens of other outlets across the state and country.
As a reporter for DNAinfo, Linze became an expert in finding and writing stories no one else was covering by putting her boots to the ground and working her beat. She was endlessly inspired by the amazing people and organizations she worked with, and was honored her sources put their trust in her to ensure their stories were effectively communicated with the public. As Linze transitioned into the PR world, one thing became clear: businesses did not realize the treasure trove of newsworthy stories they sat upon. Seeing this huge untapped potential, Linze founded Pink House Media to help businesses realize, craft and share those incredible stories which lead to new growth, business reach and brand recognition. Her dream is to help you achieve yours.
She lives on Chicago’s Far North Side in the Edgewater neighborhood with her partner, cat, and pitbull, Bruce Wayne.
Pink House Media is proud to be an LGBT, woman-owned business.