Posted on March 6th, 2009 in Television PR,The Apprentice.
Multi award-winning business reality show, The Apprentice returns to BBC ONE for a fifth series later this month, in what promises to be the toughest series yet.
Press launch will be held on Tuesday 17th March at 9.30am. By invitation only. For further information contact Ashley.email@example.com
Once the series is underway we will also be post updates on Twitter – sign up here
Britain’s best aspiring tycoons have courageously quit their jobs to embark on a 12-week interview from hell with no-nonsense, self-made millionaire businessman, Sir Alan Sugar. Aided once again by his advisers Nick Hewer and Margaret Mountford, Sir Alan will be sorting the wheat from the chaff through a series of gruelling tasks and explosive boardroom scenes. Viewers will be kept on the edge of their seats as candidates are whittled down after hearing the infamous words: “You’re fired!”. With new candidates and new tasks, this is set to be the most tense and unpredictable series yet.
Posted on March 6th, 2009 in Celebrity PR.
Julia has a very exciting year ahead and will be fronting the new BBC ONE flagship series Countryfile on Sunday night’s from early April and Railway Walks, a six part series on BBC TWO from Monday 9th March at 9pm and a new series of Kill It Cook It Eat IT on BBC THREE.
Julia has appeared on Top Gear, Wish You Were Here? and Just the Two of Us. She has presented Watchdog since 2005 with Nicky Campbell and also presents Channel Five’s The Rough Guide series and BBC 4’s Wainwright’s Walks.
Julia is available for interview. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on February 20th, 2009 in Celebrity PR.
Julia Bradbury said today; I am very concerned about these allegations. Although I have not been contacted by the police I understand that my Virgin Atlantic account details have been passed over to the authorities as part of an internal fraud investigation at the airline regarding frequent flyer miles. I understand that my name appears on a list that includes several Virgin passengers with discrepancies in their frequent flyer statements. I have done nothing wrong and will of course willingly cooperate with any enquiries. I have asked the BBC to take time off from my presenting duties on Watchdog until the matter has been resolved.
Press Contact: Taylor Herring 0208 206 5151
Posted on February 19th, 2009 in Celebrity PR.
Peaches Geldof is put behind bars for a fashion shoot with W Magazine.
The style bible’s March edition features a plethora of foxy fashionistas fighting, law-breaking and generally behaving badly.
Photographed by Steven Meisel.
Posted on February 16th, 2009 in Celebrity PR,Online PR,theatre PR.
The producers of Hairspray and High School Musical, Stage Entertainment, have hired Taylor Herring PR for a 6 month campaign to promote a brand new West End production of Sister Act.
The agency has been tasked with handling all digital activity, raising general awareness and driving ticket sales for the show. In addition to a broad social networking campaign the agency will target the Twitter community by equipping cast members with Twitter profiles and encouraging fan interaction and communication.
Key activity is to include tapping into existing musical fan communities and building an early buzz via a drip-feed of news, images, and video material to relevant online media.
In addition, the firm, which currently represents musical theatre figures including Andrew Lloyd Webber and Oliver! leading lady Jodie Prenger, will handle personal PR for Patina Miller, the actress who landed the lead role of Deloris Van Cartier, the iconic character originated by Whoopi Goldberg.
Patina will make a series of public appearances and participate in key print and broadcast interviews in the run up to making her West End debut this summer. Whoopi, meanwhile, who will be co-producing the show, flies into the UK in April for the first time in a decade.
Taylor Herring will also devise and execute a series of media events that will spark Sister Act fever across the capital, as the 1992 movie starring Whoopi Goldberg transfers from the big screen to the stage, with a fresh musical score and an updated plot to re-capture the imaginations of a 21st Century audience.
Sister Act opens at the London Palladium from June 2009, with previews starting on 7th May. The stage version boasts a new score written by Alan Menken, whose credits include Little Shop of Horrors, The Little Mermaid and most recently the hit movie Enchanted.
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For Patina Miller requests contact firstname.lastname@example.org