In the latest series of profile interviews, I interviewed the person who gave me...Continue reading >
Hello, we're Shout! Communications, a specialist broadcast PR agency in London.
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We specialise in broadcast media relations. In particular we secure high profile, quality, on-air interviews on national, regional and international stations. We also distribute and place video online.
Our media training aims to make your spokesperson an accomplished and confident performer – one that broadcasters will want to invite back. We specialise in TV, Radio & Print training.
Producing engaging videos using state-of-the-art cameras & in-house teams is what makes our video production services stand apart. We apply the same high standards to our podcast production.
In our experience, getting coverage on television or radio is often the icing on the cake for a client. But when it comes to budgets it can be dismissed as an unaffordable “extra”. This workshop will highlight some of the many broadcast PR options available and how they can add fantastic value for money when used efficiently. We’ll discuss costs, case studies and how to maximise ROI. Options include radio days, TV and online sell-ins, PR video production, streaming, technical services and media training. Our examples will cover both large, multi-faceted campaigns as well as contrasting single service case studies.
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Shout! Communications set up Shout! Digital Radio for a special day of broadcasting in which we covered many different aspects of the broadcast and PR landscape to hopefully spread some light on areas listeners may not know so much about. I invited Lyndsey Ferrigan from RAJAR to take part. She’s the communications manager for the organisation which is responsible for monitoring audience figures in the UK.Continue reading >
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Featured Blog Post
To OB, or not to OB? That is the question…Whilst many radio days can be completed from the comfort of our lovely Bloomsbury studio, there are some which can benefit from the atmosphere of an outside broadcast (OB).
An OB typically consists of studio equipment which is set up in a remote location, outside of a studio. It means live and pre-recorded interviews can be conducted with more context and atmosphere. Potentially (technology allowing) it can be done from anywhere: an event, a ship-launch, a field…you are only limited by your imagination. So, if you’re tossing up the pros and cons of an OB for an upcoming campaign, this should give you more of an idea of what it’s all about.Continue reading >