Prepare for life in the media spotlight by learning tricks of the trade from public relations experts
DO YOU want to know how to get your most important messages over during a 15 second TV or radio appearance?
Or maybe you need to know how to deflect hostile questions when your business or organisation is in the full glare of the media spotlight?
Perhaps you just want to know more about the best way to frame your key messages to make them most attractive and interesting to newspapers, magazines and specialist news sites?
Whatever your needs the old adage rings true: “Fail to prepare, prepare to fail.”
Media training is essential for any business person who is likely to be facing the media – whether that means conducting phone briefings with sympathetic journalists, giving opinion to niche bloggers or facing down a crisis in front of the TV cameras.
The expert public relations team at Holyrood PR, the award-winning agency in Edinburgh, Scotland, boast decades of front line media experience, both as journalists and while advising clients how to attract or react to media attention.
Drawing on that extensive experience, our public relations advisers are able to prepare bespoke media training for any organisation, from defence specialists to legal companies.
Guaranteed to be lively and entertaining, as well as eminently practical and instructional, media training prepared by our Scottish public relations agency is always memorable.
Whether you want to understand the mechanics of the story telling process or know how to stay calm and focused on your message during turbulent times, then Holyrood PR in Edinburgh is the agency to speak with.
Find out exactly how our public relations agency can benefit your business
Media training is best delivered by people who spend every day dealing with the exact situations and scenarios you are likely to face – that’s Scottish PR agency Holyrood Partnership.
We’d love to discuss your needs and come up with a perfectly tailored media training solution for your team. So call us on 0131 561 2244 or fill in the simple form below and we’ll get straight back to you:
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