FleishmanHillard’s media relations professionals know what makes a story — and have forged relationships with those in the media who are most interested in those stories. Our key differentiator is that we’ve invested in senior media relations specialists who personally handle media outreach for clients. And because we’ve become a trusted and valued source of information to journalists globally, there are opportunities to tell your unique story to the media. It’s why we strive to be as valuable to the media as the media is to our clients — a win-win for all.
What We Do
The senior business media team is a unique subset of communications professionals with unparalleled connections to top-tier business and financial writers, producers and editors. Composed of former accomplished journalists and career media practitioners, they deliver the “home run” media interviews and placements on a regular basis, whether it’s corporate coverage, an executive profile or a major product story.
Dedicated lifestyle media relations experts cut through the clutter to showcase an organization and manage the message, taking into account the right time, place and target for in-depth feature stories. And through innovative experiential events, high-profile spokespersons, integrations, or tried-and-true media placement, we’ve overseen the successful launches of consumer products.
Allan ChernoffYour spokespeople need an understanding of how the media operates. FleishmanHillard helps you work effectively with the media by tailoring your message and approach through techniques that enable better control of your interactions with the press.
The formats and purposes of presentations can vary greatly: speeches, multimedia, short impromptu talks, long planned presentations, training sessions, or simply giving a talk on a voluntary basis for pleasure. Regardless of the reason or format, you can feel confident when it’s time to get your message across.
FleishmanHillard’s media council comprises senior media relations practitioners from across the firm and its affiliated agencies. Many are former reporters, editors and producers at national media outlets. The council helps develop stories, find the right target, prepare clients for interviews, and track trends and inclinations among the reporters, producers and editors who tell the rest of the media universe what to think.
Client Barnes & Noble
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Client Library of Congress
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