Blog Post

Broadcast PR in 2021

RADIO MEDIA RELATIONS

WHAT NEXT

OUR MOBILE RADIO STUDIO

Once the virus is considered to be more under control, we will be offering a new service, a portable, pop-up radio studio. It can work anywhere there is a good internet connection – your office, the spokesperson’s place or a neutral venue such as a hotel meeting room – the possibilities are infinite.

The advantages of this include:

  • Coronavirus security. No one has to go to Central London to a studio
  • The opportunity for you to be with your client and/or spokesperson
  • If we come to your office you could perhaps pop in to see how it’s going, without having to sit through each and every interview
  • Third party spokespeople, especially celebrities, will appreciate the time it saves them. We’re already finding they’re more flexible and accommodating

HOW HAS COVERAGE BEEN AFFECTED?

TELEVISION PR

A GOLDEN OR A BLEAK FUTURE?

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