Research can sometimes have a bad reputation in PR circles, but in our experience, radio in particular still has an appetite for a story based on numbers. Many of the most successful broadcast days we do are based around some sort of new research. But with so much competition for air-time, how can you make your research appeal to broadcasters?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.
Based on our own experience, we demonstrate how to secure some of the very best coverage on TV, online and on radio. Using a range of case studies, we break down the key elements of some successful broadcast PR campaigns we’ve been involved with – the highs and the lows! The stories we show case range from all-singing and dancing campaigns, that involve radio, television and video to more simple, straight forward single media ones.
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The joint founders and owners of Talker Tailor Trouble Maker spoke to Shout! Communications co-founder Catherine Bayfield, on Shout! Digital Radio, earlier this year.Continue reading >
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There is no denying podcasts have taken the world by storm in a scarily short amount of time. It’s crazy to think around 6 million UK adults are tuning in to podcasts every week. That’s a number that’s almost doubled in five years (from 3.2 million in 2013) according to the latest Ofcom figures.Continue reading >