Broadcast Reach delivers media training to Premier League club

Broadcast Reach prides itself on delivering high-quality media and presentation skills training to companies, sports clubs, organisations and individuals. We are privileged that broadcasting legend Tom Watt is part of the Broadcast Reach team – and is available to deliver media and presentation skills training days. Tom, an accomplished writer, presenter, author, broadcaster and actor, played George […]

The importance of healthy media relationships

In Broadcast PR, media relations are a critical element in maximising the reach of marketing and PR campaigns. A strong and positive relationship with the media can help with the process of securing coverage for your organisation and ensure that your message is delivered to your target audience. One of the main benefits of developing […]

The benefits of media training in Broadcast PR

Media training is a very effective way for anyone appearing on television or radio to deliver key messages. It helps to prepare individuals to communicate with confidence, handle potentially difficult questions and present an image to the public that represents your organisation’s values. With televised broadcast PR, media training is particularly important because of the […]

Fireshine Games media training day

Broadcast Reach were delighted to work with award-winning video games company Fireshine Games, providing them with a day of media training and some presentation skills training. Fireshine Games have produced numerous iconic games over the last 20 years, including F1 Manager 2022, Jurassic World Evolution and TIGA Games Industry Award’s Best Social Game 2022 winner Core Keeper. […]

The Power of a Good Story: Michael Jordan

Nike is one of the most recognisable brands in the world. It has carefully built up its image and is now one of the foremost signatures related to sport and fashion. However, what is surprising about Nike is that from an age perspective, the global superpower it is today didn’t emerge until the late 80s […]