Do you want to be on TV? TTTP’s brave client asked to appear on Jeremy Kyle Show to confront woman beater.
In August, we sent Rayna Holden’s story out on our news wire where it made in a number of national publications and even sparked outrage from readers in the comment and letter pages the following day. This week we helped Rayna appear on Jeremy Kyle to confront a domestic abuser.
The story showed harrowing CCTV footage of her ex-boyfriend assaulting her for 15 minutes in a pub garden in Cross Keys, Sunderland.
Rayna, just 18 at the time, was left bloodied and bruised after 24-year-old thug Daryl Moore beat her following a drunken argument. In an act of horrific brutality, Moore dragged her by the hair to the floor before punching and kicking her body until she fell unconscious.
Sickeningly, as she lay unconscious, Moore continued to stamp on her defenceless body, leaving Rayna, who’s just 5ft 5, with a dislocated knee and covered with bruises and gashes.
This June, Moore admitted assault at Newcastle Crown Court and was jailed for just 12 months.
Where we placed Rayna’s story
After Rayna’s story went out on the news wires, we placed it with That’s Life magazine.
Last week, we arranged for Rayna to appear on the Jeremy Kyle show where she talked about her ordeal and the damaging effect domestic violence has on its victims. What’s more, brave Rayna confronted a guest on the show who admitted being violent to his girlfriend.
Her appearance on the ITV programme was then picked up again by a number of national publications online.
How you can be on TV
If you’re thinking of selling your story and want to know how it works or what’s the best media plan for you, or you want to appear on the Jeremy Kyle show – you’ve come to the right place.
Every day we place dozens of stories with the national papers, women’s magazines and daytime TV shows such as This Morning, Good Morning Britain, Lorraine and The Jeremy Kyle show.
The best way to find out if you have a story is to either email us using the valuation form with a brief outline of your story, or call us and have a confidential chat.
We can tell you which publications most suit your story and what you’ll be looking at fee-wise. Then, we will ask you to email over any of the supporting evidence you have to back up your story and write up a synopsis – which is a summary of your story.
We will then pitch out to our contacts inhouse and if they like it they will raise it in conference. If their editor goes for it they will come back with an offer.
That offer will depend on how big the story appears in the publication and the nature of the story. Some stories are more valuable than others but whatever story you have – we’ll ensure that you receive the best fee and the story is told in the way you want it to be.
Once we’ve done a full interview and written the copy we will call you and read it back. If there’s anything you don’t like and want changing we can do it at this point.
To read more about how to sell a story to the press, read our Sell My Story – How it Works page.
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