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  • Communications strategy and media training

  • Creative content to get your message heard

  • Inspired coaching sessions for your teams   

 

               

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We’re Martha Dixon and Georgie Nel – former BBC senior journalists now working with clients on media strategy, content support and journalism training. 

We work with universities, offering films and podcasts to boost impact for important academic projects.

 

We work with commercial clients offering media advice and training.

 

We work with journalists and technicians across the globe to help them produce engaging and important content to support democratic principles.  

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Recent work includes:

  • Media training for the EU on its democracy-building project in Armenia and Azerbaijan.

  • Media training, video and podcast production for scientists at Exeter, Essex and King's College universities.

  • Media training and video production for the Fabian Society.

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We will:

  • find out what you want to say

  • determine who your audience is

  • find stories to connect with them

  • plan your media strategy

  • make films and podcasts to get your message heard

 

And we will hand over the tricks of the trade to improve your public speaking, interview techniques or your own social media recordings.

 

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Give us a call, we'd love to hear from you.

Clients

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Zoe Nutrition

The European Union

Exeter University

The National Trust

Deloitte 

University of Essex

Shelterbox 

Reuters

European Recycling Platform

Cornwall Marine Network

Cornwall Wildlife Trust 

The Fabian Society 

BBC Media Action

The United Nations 

IREX

Tunisian Youth Impact

Gylly Wellbeing Swimmers

Falmouth Harbourmasters

Good Energy

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"Martha Dixon is an outstanding journalist, presenter and producer of podcasts. She produces compelling content that connects with the listener, and serves the purposes of commissioning organisations seeking new types of effective communication platforms."

Professor Jules Pretty, University of Essex

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