We specialise in broadcast PR but work with a range of clients who work in a variety of industries, from consumer and health to corporate and technology. See examples of our work below.
Shout! Communications supported TV presenter and naturalist Chris Packham directly with the launch of his independent wildlife survey.
The charity Help For Heroes commissioned Shout! Communications to stream a live Q&A session on their Facebook page, as part of World Mental Health Day.
Red Consultancy commissioned Shout! Communications to promote their client, McDonald’s, and the Grassroots Football Awards campaign.
Shout! supported James Reed PR with a broadcast campaign for their client the Asphalt Industry Alliance (AIA) and their annual ALARM survey that they use to evaluate the quality of local roads.
Shout! Communications promoted industry body British Summer Fruits with their campaign around winter productivity in the workplace.
Centenary Fields aims to protect parks, playing fields and other recreational spaces, in memory of the millions of people who lost their lives in World War I.
Shout! was asked to secure national and regional TV and radio coverage for a campaign warning that cases of carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning are rising, despite the efforts of campaigners to encourage people to protect themselves with an alarm.
Shout! Communications supported MSD Animal Health with their campaign to increase awareness about the risk of dog ticks, with the aim of driving sales of Bravecto and informing dog owners and vets alike.
Shout! was commissioned to film a promotional video for Founders Forum, a private network of the world’s leading digital and technology entrepreneurs, at their flagship London event.
It was the biggest ship built for the British market…but it was also broadcast PR on the grandest scale.
We worked to promote Spanish Olives by producing 9 videos featuring 27 exciting new olive recipes to be seeded on to online food websites.
Shout!’s production values are of the highest quality and we were able to showcase our filming and editing skills when we won a tender to support Visit England.
By taking an innovative spin on a dry topic, Shout! secured interviews with national radio and TV stations to showcase TomTom as an authority on traffic congestion.
Shout! produced a short video cartoon of live animation and came up with an innovative and fun way of explaining complex Government strategy.
Shout! have an ongoing retainer to secure coverage for the Legal Ombudsman, which handles complaints about legal services in the UK.
Shout! produced two dramatic films showing good and bad examples of health workers dealing with sensitive issues.
Shout! worked to promote the start of English apple season with a national and regional radio day and creative corporate video for English Apples’ social media pages.
Shout! has media trained Cambridge Water’s senior management team several times over the last few years.