Introducing Roxhill’s debut Back to School morning. We might have left school long ago, but September will always be a time to sharpen your pencils and your skills. Whether you’re new to the industry or just need a refresher on the ever-changing media landscape, get back to basics at a morning of Q&A sessions covering magazines, newspapers, and broadcast media.
On Thursday 21st September- 8.30am to 12.00pm top journalists from Harper’s, Red, The Times and Good Morning Britain will form panels over three sessions dedicated to revealing how PRs can work best with their title.
Tickets cost £50 to each event, and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
We’d love you to attend all three events, and are happy to offer a bundle price. Please do contact email@example.com for more information.
8.30 to 9.30am
Gain valuable insight into two busy desks at renowned national newspaper, The Times. We meet with journalists from the food and news sections to explore how PRs should approach pitching their clients to a daily paper and ultimately securing coverage in the title’s most coveted features. The session will be your chance to submit your questions to Deputy Food Editor, Hannah Evans and Transport Correspondent, Ben Clatworthy who will be on hand to impart their knowledge and refresh your skills.
Deputy Food Editor
9.45 to 10.45am
Come behind the scenes with Roxhill as we pose your questions to two top broadcast journalists. Learn about the fast-paced world of morning news television as well as the careful curation of stories spotlighted on afternoon radio. We’ll be meeting with freelance Senior News Editor at Good Morning Britain, Sam Rix and the Afternoon Editor at Times Radio, Henry Tribe to explore how broadcast media works best with PRs and how to gain coverage on your clients’ most news-worthy stories.
Senior News Editor
11am to 12.00pm
Join us to refresh your PR skills and learn all about life in print and digital media at two top UK publications. We’ll cover how best to work with them, how to secure your client coverage and you’ll gain expert insight from journalists at Harper’s, Grazia and Red. Natasha Lunn, Features Director at Red Magazine, Anna Silverman, Features Director, Grazia and Sarah Karmali, Executive Digital Editor, Harper’s Bazaar will be on hand to answer the questions you have about life at magazines
Executive Digital Editor
* Please note that you must book and pay for each ticket separately.
Bankside, 2 Blackfriars Rd, Upper Ground, London SE1 9JU
This event is part of Roxhill’s events programme, aimed at helping PRs to build personal relationships with journalists.