Douglas Brown PR Taking pride in giving third sector and public bodies a voice.

Working with the media for not for profit groups

When you really want to gain a voice, and reach large numbers of people with your message, there is still no better way to do it than using newspapers, magazines, radio and TV. Working with the media can be a daunting proposition, but with my training workshops based on 30 years working with journalists it can be come a central plank of your communications strategy.

An introduction to working with the media

This tried and tested day long workshop is intended for people who have never dealt with the media or who have only limited experience.

It covers how journalists work, meeting their needs to meet your own, identifying news, writing news releases and includes extensive opportunity for delegates to experience and practise the skills required.

This workshop is particularly suited to voluntary organisations keen to raise their profile in support of funding and operational goals and can be tailored to suit your specific needs.

Up to 15 delegates

From £400

To check availability click here. To book email or call 01476 860 572

Follow Douglas Brown PR

Broadcast media skills for the voluntary sector

A day long workshop aimed at people hoping to make use of broadcast media opportunities for the first time. This workshop covers what makes the broadcast media special, preparation for interviews, interview technique and handling challenging interviews. The workshop offers opportunities for delegates to undertake interviews themselves which are recorded with digital audio and video equipment for playback.

Because Douglas uses his own video and audio equipment this training is delivered at a fraction of the cost of similar training being offered on the open commercial market and is therefore ideally suited to smaller organisations working to a budget.

Up to 8 delegates

From £400

To check availability click here. To book email or call 01476 860 572

You are viewing the text version of this site.

To view the full version please install the Adobe Flash Player and ensure your web browser has JavaScript enabled.

Need help? check the requirements page.

Get Flash Player