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Pitching stories or ideas to the media is hard. Each episode, author and journalist-turned PR, Helen Croydon interviews a commissioning editor, writer or producer at a high profile media outlet on what, why, who and when they commission a story. If you’ve ever wondered how the news is made and where journalists find interviewees, this is a fascinating listen. Hear more about the podcast at: www.themediainsider.fm
 
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Punteha van Terheyden has been writing and editing true-life stories for 12 years on women's magazines such as Take a Break. She set up her own platform, Lacuna Voices, to give a home to the stories the traditional media won't take. In this episode we discuss modernising the traditional mould of what makes a good real-life story, what PRs can add t…
 
What is 'branded journalism', and how does the content get commissioned? Are there still opportunities for PRs and writers to pitch? This month's guest is Cate Sevilla, who has held editorial roles on various national digital titles such as BuzzFeed and The Pool, and who now works on branded titles. Plus, why the media is the only industry to delay…
 
Stewart Rogers is managing editor of Grit Daily. He shares his advice on good and bad pitches, including how much lead time is needed, how to suggest an 'exclusive' and the damaging fallout that can happen when PRs use mailing lists to contact journalists. Grit Daily is a leading tech news publication with lifestyle and entertainment thrown in. It …
 
How can you get a story into some of the most popular women's magazines? The different sections in Chat, Woman and Woman's Own include 'From the Heart', 'Letter's To', 'Shock Reads', 'The Moment I Knew,' 'Call That Justice,' 'Don't Tell me I Can't' and many more. Commissioning editor Emmie Harrison West talks about what sets them apart, how she fin…
 
Real Leaders is a global print and digital publication focussing on leadership towards sustainable goals, with 140k+ readers for the print and digital edition combined. Grant shares the pillars that it bases its content on, what he's looking for in a story during coronavirus, the difference between pitching for online and print and the worst media …
 
Scott Carey oversees stories on ComputerWorld, TechWorld, CIO and more with an audience of up to 3 million page views a month. In this episode he shares exactly what he's looking for in a story for their different audiences, how to pique the interest of a journalist on his team and why they don't 'do' thought leadership.…
 
Benjamin Chiou, Editor of Raconteur, the business pull-out in The Times, says he receives more pitches from PRs than ever. Why is there more PR noise and what can you put in your pitches to stand out? Plus, how he's looking for new and diverse writers to join the team of freelancers.Av themediainsiderpodcast
 
Content for a B2B title is totally different to the consumer media. How you pitch stories should also be different. Lawrence Gosling edits titles like smallbusiness.co.uk and Information Age. He shares insights into story planning, why clickbait doesn't work in B2B and what they need experts in.Av themediainsiderpodcast
 
Sophie Gallagher is deputy editor of Indy Life - the lifestyle section of independent.co.uk, which has more than 90 million visits per month. Her section covers health, travel, food, dating and more. She shares how the section is made up, when they plan their stories and what makes a good and bad pitch - both from writers and PRs.…
 
ITV London News has almost half a million viewers a night. Richard Pollins heads up the planning desk, which is where every story starts. He shares secrets from the newsroom including when the all-important planning meeting takes place, why human stories are important and the how NOT to pitch a story.…
 
Is Edelman and Cision’s Communications Cloud Partnership a watershed moment in the PR world? In this podcast, Kevin Akeroyd, CEO of Cision, and Steve Barrett, PRWeek editorial director, discuss this major development and its impact on the PR industry. They also dive into Cision’s acquisition of public relations platform TrendKite and social media c…
 
Huff Post UK recently launched two new sections - HuffPost Opinion and HuffPost Personal, a collection of first-person pieces based on singular issues. Here commissioning editor Charlie Lindlar shares what he looks for in a story and how to pitch, plus a look at the other regular slots across Huff Post UK.…
 
Ella Dove is commissioning editor for Red, Good Housekeeping and Prima magazine. In this episode she tells us the different profile slots across the different magazines, such as ’Women on Top’ and ‘Women who Launch’, and what she looks for in each. Plus how long to make your pitch, and how to pitch for a review. Ella is also author of Five Steps to…
 
This episode we look into the make-up of easyJet Traveller magazine. Why you should never pitch: 'I've just been on holiday to X, would you want a write-up on it?', why food PRs have the best chance of pitching ideas and the rise of branded journalism and why it's a great model for the media.Av themediainsiderpodcast
 
Suchandrika Chakrabarti is a freelance journalist writing for New Statesman, Raconteur, Yahoo News and others. In her 13 year media career she has reported and edited for national newspapers and international news agencies. She hosts her own podcast called 'The Freelance Pod'. Suchandrika talks about what makes a profile piece for the New Statesman…
 
Pitching stories or ideas to the media is hard. Each episode, author and journalist-turned PR, Helen Croydon interviews a commissioning editor, writer or producer at a high profile media outlet on what, why, who and when they commission a story. With a few of their best anecdotes from the newsroom too. If you’ve ever wondered how the news is made a…
 
Anthony Chiaravallo, SVP, integrated media, BCW, sits down with PRWeek managing editor Gideon Fidelzeid to talk about how new measurement tools are helping to define PR strategies. Other topics include: transforming data into actionable insight, ensuring your content is delivering the right message to the right audience, and what makes effective st…
 
Michele Moore and Jeanine Liburd discuss the strengths of paid, earned, and owned media in handling a crisis, how do you determine the best mix of advertising, PR, and marketing during these times, how the president effectively uses social media, which department - comms or marketing - takes the lead during a crisis, and some best case examples fro…
 
Nadine General of Dixon Schwabl and the PGA’s Sandy Cross chat with Bernadette Casey, executive editor, PRWeek, about whether the need to ensure diversity and inclusion is changing PR’s approach to media relations, how PR pros can promote ethical journalism, and what are some effective strategies for working with bloggers, vloggers, and influencers…
 
Susan Corcoran, SVP, director of publicity and strategic partnerships, and Leigh Marchant, SVP, director of marketing and business development, both of Random House Group, sit down with PRWeek managing editor Gideon Fidelzeid to discuss connecting earned media to broader marketing and communications directives, how the drive toward integration has …
 
Danone’s senior director, external comms, speaks to PRWeek managing editor Gideon Fidelzeid about do’s and don’ts of communicating trust to stakeholders – externally and internally, why social purpose is a necessity for brands, how does Danone use earned media to demonstrate authenticity, and top tips on handling a modern-day crisis.…
 
Weight Watchers works every day to stay ahead of an increasing number of competitors. As SVP of corporate comms Stacie Sherer tells PRWeek managing editor Gideon Fidelzeid, the 55-year-old company's secret weapon is earned media. In this podcast, Sherer discussed how the iconic brand relies on earned media to work with influencers, empower employee…
 
PRWeek managing editor Gideon Fidelzeid and Kevin Akeroyd discuss the upheaval in the comms industry and the obvious need for PR pros to take action; what are some opportunities for PR firms and brands in this new environment; the role of earned media in a fake news world; and there's a brief overview of Cision Impact and the company's recent partn…
 
AMB Group is the investment management and support services arm of Arthur Blank’s for-profit businesses, which includes the Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta United FC, among others. The group's SVP and CCO speaks to PRWeek managing editor Gideon Fidelzeid about leveraging brand ambassadors effectively, the comms-CEO relationship, earning media in outlet…
 
Tara Rush and Bryan Specht explain the importance of smashing silos; discussing how they changed their organizational structures to promote cross-disciplinary, cross-departmental teams; the challenges to working in this type of environment; and the type of ROI that is possible after implementing a cross-disciplinary approach.…
 
Rosemary Mercedes, Univision and Jessica Shih, Verizon, weigh in on The Great Debate: Earned versus Paid Media, discussing how the marketing mix has evolved in the past number of years, what channels are their brands devoting more or less time and resources to, and why? And our guests outline how earned media can be leveraged to successfully build …
 
Leading comms pros Stacey Tank and Carrie Kurlander discuss the keys to building relationships with influencers, how can brands tap into the power of everyday consumers, and celebrity influencers: What works and what does not. As well as this, our panelists go into detail about measuring the bottom line impact of influencer programs and share some …
 
Southwest Airlines’ Linda Rutherford and Frito-Lay North America’s Chris Kuechenmeister discuss how brands have effectively evolved how they use storytelling to drive authenticity; the importance of transparency in today’s market; how can organizations be the guardians of their brand, especially in the age of social media, and what do they see as t…
 
Chris Lynch, CMO, Cision, and Steve Barrett, VP, editorial director, PRWeek/MM&M, discuss the "Greatest Challenges in Communications." Topics include: better alignment with other functions; talent recruitment and retention; the 24-7 chatter about your brand among external sources; and tightening budgets and competing with paid media for budget.…
 
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