Walk on Water Public Relations, WowPR, will provide you with a complete press and media relations management service. With more than two decades as a reporter for the BBC and in PR, Tom Walker has gained substantial experience of proactively managing media campaigns and responding to difficult media enquiries that have the potential to cause serious reputational damage.
So whether you’ve got an exciting new service to publicise or just want to make your customers aware of how well you’re doing, WowPR can provide professional help, support and advice.
WowPR has extensive experience of a wide range of subject areas.
These include : –
- Adult social care
- Young people’s services
- School issues
- Leisure services such as libraries, museums and swimming pools
- Trading standards
- Disability issues
- Community cohesion
- Community safety
- Radio reporting
- Voiceover work
- Proactive Media Campaigns – A proactive media campaign is when you tell the media in advance about an event or new initiative for which you would like coverage.
- Unwelcome Media Interest – However benign you think your organisation is, there may be occasions when people don’t agree with you and try to cause you problems.
The WowPR approach
WowPR will respect your confidentiality at all times. We will provide you with honest advice and common-sense solutions based on 20 years of experience.
When working with you, we will make sure you are entirely happy with our proposed course of action before going ahead. Whether it’s issuing a press release or responding to a difficult enquiry from the media, you will see and sign off anything that is issued in your name.
Anything we write for you, will be drafted in plain English so that it can be understood by as many people as possible. We have considerable experience of explaining and disentangling complicated issues for reporters and the public.
To find out more about how WowPR can work with you, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 07843 443586.
Alternatively please fill out the contact form, and we will get back to you directly.
Further reading: Links open in new window!
Tom Walker’s Strange Encounters and Other Stories blog
A selection of Tom Walker’s radio work and podcasts
Author Hamish Macgibbon’s Maverick Spy website, produced by Tom Walker
The In Touch Programme on BBC Radio 4 which Tom Walker contributes to on a regular basis
Anna Tylor’s Blind Truth blog
The Guardian Newspaper’s Blindness and Visual Impairment page
The Independent Newspaper’s Latest News on Blindness page
The Royal National Institute of Blind People’s website
Thomas Pocklington Trust’s website
The Look Team website – support for visually impaired young people and their families
The Visionary website – linking together charities in the visual impairment sector
DeafBlind UK – supporting people who have a hearing and visual impairment
Disability News Service – specialist coverage of issues affecting disabled people