Entertainment PR: Because the show always goes on

As they say: there’s no business like show business. And with the rise of social media, 24-hour news, and the public’s insatiable appetite for all the latest information about their favourite star from the world of TV, film and music, there’s never been a more exciting or challenging time to work in the entertainment industry.

Successful entertainment PR is about keeping you in the public eye through a raft of good news stories, television interviews, public appearances, photoshoots, magazine spreads, interviews with key online influencers, online chat sessions and events.

And it’s about keeping you out of the public eye too, when something goes wrong.

How I handle entertainment PR

As an entertainment publicist, it’s my role to build up and manage your public image, whether you’re an actor, musician or entertainer, or a future star or an established name.

It’s about connecting you with your audience for greater levels of engagement, from seeking publicity around your latest book, film, tour or show to raising your profile in the industry.

I do that using a journalistic approach. It means that consistently high-quality, relevant and engaging stories and interviews about my clients appear in weekly magazines, monthly glossies and industry titles, as well as on online news sites, across social media and on radio and TV.

I’m available to create tailored PR campaigns, offer strategic advice and guidance around handling the media, and crisis management if it’s needed.

Want more information on entertainment PR and what I can do for you or your client? Call me now on 020 8274 0807.

Want to join the PR revolution? Call me now on 020 8274 0807

I get you into the places that matter

BBC
The Times
Vogue
Financial Times
GQ
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