The award-winning press agency Talk to the Press was founded by Natasha Courtenay-Smith, a former national newspaper journalist. The agency helps ordinary people across the country to sell their real-life stories to the newspapers and magazines, and also manages the strategies of individuals caught up in a media storm.
Talk to the Press has sold more than 600 stories since launching in 2008 and has featured on BBC Breakfast, Channel 4 and a number of national radio stations.
Talk To The Press has won a number of awards, and regularly supplies stories to national newspapers such as the Daily Mail, Mail on Sunday, News of the World, Mirror and Sunday Mirror; plus virtually all of the women’s weekly and glossy magazines in the UK.
When you make contact with Talk to the Press to find out more about how to sell a story, you can be assured that everything you say remains totally confidential until such time as you have agreed to go forward with a particular publication.
Natasha and her team act as your media agent and publicist, guiding you throughout the entire process of selling your story, creating something that will provide the rewarding experience you seek, telling your story in the way you’d like it to be told, for an appropriate fee.
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