Video Marketing

Sachi Koto uses her storytelling experience from more than 25-years in broadcasting to create compelling videos for clients. This video was written by Dr. Kim DoHyang Reimann, Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science and the Director of the Asian Studies Center at Georgia State University and produced by Sachi Koto Communications, Inc. and […]

Asian Heritage Month on WSB-TV

Sachi Koto was featured on WSB-TV.  Monica Pearson details the accomplishments of Sachi Koto as part of the station’s recognition of Asian Awareness Month. Watch this short video clip and learn more about the challenges Sachi has faced and how she overcame them.

Wonders of Japan Series

Join Sachi Koto to explore Japan—Starting Tuesday, September 13th, PBA 30 presents “The Wonders of Japan,” a five-part series highlighting the travel destinations, festivals, food, and technology that make Japan unique. Tuesday nights at 9 PM starting Sept. 13th, only on PBA 30.


VocoVision is one of the leading companies providing telespeech services to schools all across the U.S. Now you can offer your students access to the best in speech therapy with no barriers and no limitations through VocoVision telespeech. Watch and see how VocoVision works to truly understand how it is completely transforming the entire concept […]

The WWAAC Awards

The WWAAC Alliance Foundation   Sachi Koto and Maiko Takara Natori co-founded the WWAAC Alliance Foundation in 2006. The WWAAC Alliance Foundation is a non-profit 501 (C) 3 organization – created to advance and benefit (better) the lives of Asian American Pacific Islanders; to educate the public and bring about awareness, understanding and appreciation of […]

Children’s Book Teaching Diversity

Sachi Koto’s children book teaches Diversity Penelope Hates Stew is the story of a little bunny and her friends who teach her the importance of respecting others’ feelings. Children will easily become friends with other children – even from different backgrounds. In doing so, they experience diversity. Penelope learns how to better accept things she […]