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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”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. You’ll also find our podcasts which offer an insight to the world of broadcast PR and why it can boost your next campaign and also listen back to our Shout! Digital broadcast. This is our full day of broadcasting back-to-back shows, covering all areas of PR with some of the top people in the industry. 

Podcasts

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.

Shout! Digital Listen Again

These podcasts all aired for the first time on Shout! Digital Radio.   If you didn’t hear them live, here’s a chance to listen again. 

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 Talks

We hold our Big Talk events twice a year, each one featuring a fantastic line-up of high-profile speakers from the world of television and radio news and programming.   

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