New Resources

Feel free to browse our resources centre which hosts a collection of features, podcasts and videos, offering industry insights and advice to help boost your broadcast PR campaigns.

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You’ll find copies of our bi-annual newspaper “Shout! Out” and videos of some of our Big Talks, which always boast a stellar line-up of speakers from the world of broadcast news and day-time programming.

New Podcast

As a professional podcast production agency, we produce PR podcasts for clients and we produce them for ourselves, to showcase our knowledge of broadcast PR.  You can find them on iTunes or download from here.

New Shout! Digital

As far as we know this is the world’s first (online and occasional) radio station dedicated to the broadcast PR industry. Launched for the first time, for one day only, in April 2019 we intend to do these twice a year. Recordings of all the programmes are featured here, from 1:1 interviews and panel shows, to feature stories and top tips.

Shout! Out

We produce our in-house newspaper twice a year: there’s a Spring/Summer edition and an Autumn/Winter one.  Find interviews and profiles of some of the biggest names in the world of broadcast, along with features about the broadcast PR industry and a whole load of tips.  Be it television, radio, video production or media training you’re interested in, there’ll always be a story about it here.

Big and small talks

We hold our Big Talk events twice a year, featuring some fantastic, high profile speakers from the world of television and radio, news and programming.  If you’re not on our mailing list, or you had a diary clash, catch up with our videos of the broadcast events here.


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Shout! Communications promoted industry body British Summer Fruits with their campaign around winter productivity in the workplace. The campaign warned of the dangers of ‘winter brain’, with over half of British workers admitting they feel less productive in the winter months according to new research.

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