Shout! Podcast posts

Profile interviews with PR agency founders and bosses: Claire Walker, CEO, Firefly Communications Group 
18.06.19
In the latest series of profile interviews, I interviewed the person who gave me my first job in PR; Claire Walker, CEO of Firefly Communications Grou...
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The changing radio landscape & what it means for radio PR
11.06.19

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.  

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Should Broadcast PR be separate from “mainstream” PR?
12.06.18

By Keren Haynes, Co-Director


At Shout! Communications we don’t think broadcast PR IS separate from “mainstream” PR, and it has always amazed us that there are those in the industry who think it is anything other than an integral part of any campaign.

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What caught our eye in radio and TV news this week
05.06.18

By Kate Fallis, Broadcast PR Consultant


There’s always something going on in the pop culture world, but perhaps the most exciting news for many reality TV fans across the UK this week is the beginning of Love Island, Season 4. If you’re a dedicated listener, chances are you may have heard presenter Nick Grimshaw’s announcement this week – he’s moving to the drive slot from September, swapping with fellow Radio 1 presenter Greg James.

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Top tips to make your radio day go with a zing
08.05.18

by Matt Napier, Broadcast Assistant


Forward planning, the perfect spokesperson, timing, availability… so much more goes into a radio day than you’d think. Read on for some top tips on how to make your radio day a success.

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Listening to a podcast is good for you!
17.04.18

by Matt Napier, Broadcast Assistant


There’s some amazing podcast content out there – much of it available for free. Dramas, documentaries, educational, comedy… whatever you’re in the mood for, it’s there.  And do you know what? The amount of competition out there for listeners means it’s all pretty darned good.

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