Radio 5 Live
How much is your life worth to a newspaper? Natasha Courtenay-Smith joins a debate hosted by Victoria Derbyshire on selling real life stories and the national press.
PR Week: Meet the new digital Max Cliffords
PR professionals and whistle-blowers alike have been flocking to a new crop of web-based publicists. Matt Cartmell examines this increasingly popular method of gaining coverage in national newspapers.
Natasha Courtenay-Smith joins Eve Pollard in a debate about real life stories on The Message, hosted by Jenni Murray. Natasha has alsp been a guest on ‘The Media Show’.
Wanted: real life Shirley Valentines: Natasha Courtenay-Smith is featured in the Guardian’s media section.
Talk to the Press – it’s the story of your life. The article was about Natasha setting up a website for people with a story to sell
A rival to Max: ‘Journalist sets up website to help people sell their story’.
This woman can sell your story: Sophie Morris reports in the Indepedent’s Media section on how Talk to the Press can help you sell your story.
BBC Radio Essex
Why do people sell their story? Natasha Courtenay-Smith was a guest on BBC Radio Essex talking about our new survey which reveals the Top 10 reasons individuals want to sell their stories to the national press.
Former journalist wins women in business award: Click to read the article about Natasha winning at the 2009 Startups awards.
We have also participated in debates on:
BBC Radio London
BBC Radio Berkshire
BBC Radio Manchester
BBC Radio Merseyside
BBC Radio Jersey
Dublin’s Country Mix
Hampshire’s Ocean FM.