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Navigating the ever-changing media landscape can be challenging

But never fear, Roxhill is here – with first-hand insights from leading UK journalists. You’ll find all the relevant information to stay in the know-how and to create effective corporate press release campaigns in this best-of collection of business PR content.

A business PR's map to top national papers

Know which publications your audience reads and you’re halfway there. Do you want to make an impression on the business community on a global scale? Then these are the titles you should be focusing on. We’ve selected the most respected publications around the world. Download your guide and make the most of your press release.
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When to contact the UK business desks

Forget sending your pitches at random times to the busy journalists at business publications. We asked editors about the most suitable times to drop them an email with your stories. We compiled all the info into one infographic so you can work smarter and create more relevant connections with the media. Check out the best times for your next press release campaign.

Are you a corporate PR? Read top pitching tips from The Times' Financial Editor.

Make sense of the rapidly-evolving business media landscape and pitch to The Times with confidence. Our guest, Patrick Hosking, told us about his observations on corporate communications, how business journalism has changed and gave his advice on best pitching practices.

Register to watch the full webinar here, or read the notes in the blog post.

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Land your business press release in The Times

We invited Richard Fletcher, Business Editor at The Times for a webinar session to to ask all there is about his desk, the teams and how their days are scheduled. View our blog and get a sneak peek into Richard’s profile, a typical day at The Times  and explore when Richard wants to hear from you.

We're more than just a database

Roxhill brings you intelligence, social feeds, webinars and interviews as well as educational guides to help you answer the four critical PR questions: Who, how and when to contact, and what to pitch.  See how Roxhill can help you, today.

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Life at The Daily Telegraph business section

Ever wondered what the week looks like at The Daily Telegraph? Imagine you could just ask a journalist who works there. That is exactly what we did. Hannah Uttley, Business Reporter, sat in our hot seat to answer questions about her week, the business team and what the best practices are for pitching. 

Watch the replay and glimpse into the daily life of a Telegraph journalist.

All about BBC's Money & Work Unit

Have you got a great business story from anywhere in the UK? Then the Money & Work Unit wants to hear from you, they don’t just focus on FTSE companies. 

There is also a very strong emphasis on a range of voices, such as female guests and BAME voices. 

Read the overview and download our infographics to learn more about the 4 key areas in Money & Work and more.

What Oliver Shah says about The Sunday Times business desk

We spoke to Oliver Shah, the Business Editor at The Sunday Times about his outlet and desk.

Keep your finger on the pulse of the business media industry and listen to our podcast recording of the event with one of the leading business journalists of his generation.

Explore our range of Business eBooks

Roxhill brings you intelligence, insights and inspiration through eBooks. Discover exclusive top tips from leading business journalists, and develop a PR strategy that really works with our business eBooks.


Level up your business communications with first-hand insights

James Hurley, the Enterprise Editor at The Times has a big focus on news stories and features for Saturday and Monday editions.

He talked us through the best times to pitch your stories to him and what things catch his interest.

Read the write-up of the interview and learn more about The Times.

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Insights about The Daily Telegraph for financial PRs

We hosted the Personal Finance Reporter of The Daily Telegraph, Laura Miller, who shared insider info about the team, how you can earn a commission at the title and how to pitch your financial press release stories.

Focus On Business at The Telegraph

Anjuli Davies gave us an overview of the business desk a the title, answering some critical questions business PRs ask, what pieces do well and what not.

View the blog and open the door to business press release opportunities.

Key takeaway for corporate PRs about The Sun City

Business Editor of The Sun city, Tracey Boles, sprinkled some wisdom nuggets about her desk, when to contact, what stories to pitch to make journalsits prick up their ears.

Tracey highlighted: 
“I’m doing the same as all the other business sections, but with a Sun twist….“

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