A Day In The Life of a TV Reporter: On the Scene of a Breaking Story

Outside Finsbury Mosque, close to the scene where a 51-year old man was brutally and indiscriminately mowed down by an alleged terrorist in a van last week, scores of journalists, photographers, cameramen, producers and presenters gathered. Many were approaching locals, commuters or worshipers at the mosque requesting a comment. There were far more TV reporters

Top Five PR Tips for 2017

The Nine Media team met up for our long-delayed festive lunch and to discuss our exciting plans for 2017. Among our personal resolutions, Karen wants to get a book deal and revisit Japan, Helen wishes to get one of her best-selling books made into a film while Becky is going to enter a 10k, finish season six

Nine Media’s Helen is Live on Air

I was recently interviewed for London Live TV about an investigation I’d written for The Mail Online. Journalists are often interviewed on TV if what they’ve written about is a juicy story or an exclusive. As an author, I’m also interviewed a lot whenever something I’ve written about in my books suddenly becomes in the

It’s a New Day, a New Dawn

Last week saw the launch of The New Day, a brand new newspaper which says it aims to give readers – turned off from the current print market – what they are looking for in a concise newspaper. This is an exciting launch for a media industry reeling with the news of the closure of the Independent’s

Reindeer Ears are a good look…

A big Happy Christmas and thank you to everyone who’s worked with us at Nine Media in 2015! We’ve had a great year running many sold-out Ultimate Training Days, visiting universities across the country to run our Academics Media Star course, and going in-house to some fantastic companies to run tailored training days. To celebrate this, of course, we needed