We helped secure more than 100 pieces of media coverage for Festival Manchester (1-3 July) including on BBC Radio 4’s Sunday Worship programme. It was a great occasion, with more than 65,000 gathering in Wythenshawe Park over the three-day event.
The Woolf Institute’s Calligraphy Exhibition featured on the BBC’s Sunday Morning Live. The exhibition brings award-winning international artists together to teach people about the heritage of the Abrahamic faiths through the beauty of calligraphy. (Watch from 37:17)
It was great to see one of Pilgrims' Friend Society's care homes featured on ITV News Meridian during the UK’s heatwave. The report looked at how to care for the elderly during the heatwave showing the precautions staff are taking to keep residents cool and well. Watch from 0:35-5:38.
Here's a video snapshot of a week in the life of our Content Team working on two integrated campaigns.
We helped Christians Against Poverty (CAP) in Australia to launch a campaign aimed at recruiting money mentor volunteers to assist the growing number of Australians living in financial distress.
According to CAP over one in four Australians are now living in financial distress and with rising interest rates and the skyrocketing cost of living, CAP says they need to train thousands of church-based volunteers to ensure no Australian suffers from financial distress.
Securing local media coverage is an excellent way to raise your profile in your community, build trust and encourage people to take action. Here are five steps to help you get great local media coverage: