Former Daily Mail journalist Natasha Courtenay-Smith is the founder of press and publicity agency Talk to the Press, which helps ordinary people around the country sell their stories to newspapers and magazines, as well as managing the strategies of individuals caught up in a media storm.
If you are wondering ‘How do I sell my story’, then Talk to the Press is the press agency to contact. When you make contact with Talk to the Press to find out more about how to sell a story, or how to handle press attention in your life, 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. The agency has an unrivalled network of contacts across national newspapers, glossy magazines and television stations.
Click to visit Natasha’s Talk to the Press wesbite if you want to sell a real life story, or news story to a newspaper or women’s magazine, or need help managing press attention in your life. You can also contact Talk to the Press by emailing email@example.com or calling 0208 960 0467.
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