How to get my story on the front page: As journalists and media experts, the Talk to the Press team are here to help people who unexpectedly find themselves in a centre of a media storm.
Ever wondered how to go viral on social media? Last month, Talk to the Press deputy editor Amy helped three women earn cash for their selfies and help them go viral.
Everybody has a story to tell, even our own writers have their own stories to share! Last week, our very own feature writer Courtney Greatrex became a big news story. If you would like to get your story in the media, contact us today.
Want to share an uplifting story with a magazine? Talk to the Press provide a free service to get you the most money, and ensure you stay in control.
Do you have information, photos or videos and are wondering how to sell a celebrity story? Last week our story on Lisa Riley’s weight loss appeared as a double page spread in the Sunday Mirror.
You can contact the press with a front page story right now by filling out the story valuation form on this page, or calling our team. Talk to the Press provide a free service to help you get your story in the national media, and make sure that you receive the highest fee possible for your story or information.
If you want to sell a story about a celebrity, and get paid the maximum fee, every week Talk to the Press sell dozens of celeb stories to the papers.
Sell my camera phone footage: Why your camera phone can make you a fortune! Sell your footage to the national press.
If you have a tip on a sports star, celebrity, politician, or someone else in the public eye, Talk to the Press will help you get it into the papers – and secure you a great fee.
On Sunday we broke a story about premiership footballer Jermain Defoe in a spread in the Sunday Mirror. Our client Jack* got in touch when he learned that his friend Tony’s wife had left him on Valentine’s Day for ex-England footballer Jermain Defoe.
If you have photo or video evidence of a celebrity or sports star getting up to no good your story could be worth thousands. Due to the shift in online journalism, videos have never been in more demand. Our story appeared in The Daily Sunday Star after Gaz Beadle was caught on camera snorting white powder from a Ferrari key.