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Want to get your message across in newspapers, on radio and TV?

Concerned about how to respond to a press call?

 

Martis Media uses decades of journalistic press and PR experience to act as a middle man between clients and reporters to push careful and considered news, views and stories.

We make statements important and impactful.

#ItsWhatWeDo

High profile work has included leading on communications for the Police Superintendents’ Association of England and Wales ahead of and during their annual conference. And working with Greater Manchester Police Federation in the aftermath of the brutal murder of two of their officers.

#CutsHaveConsequences 

We have also worked on securing our clients coverage in all forms of media in a string of high profile campaigns across the country. More here on our campaigns page.  

Our clients have featured in the Sunday Times, the Daily Mail, the Daily Telegraph, Sky News, BBC online, the Times, the Metro, the Evening Standard and the Sun as well as on BBC Radio 4’s flagship Today programme, BBC Radio5live and Television news programmes.  

Our proactive work also sees our clients feature regularly in Trade and industry press. 

See some of our work here 

 

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GMP Federation in Police Oracle

Police Supers in Sunday Times

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“Royston has provided excellent communications and media support to the Police Superintendents’ Association of England and Wales. Through his widespread contacts in the world of journalism and his use of social media he was able to significantly increase our media profile both in relation to our annual conference and also the start of my presidency of the Association. We will be using his services again.”
Irene Curtis, Former President, Police Superintendents’ Association of England and Wales

“The advice and support we have received from Royston has been invaluable. The feedback has been phenomenal and I don’t really know how we managed without this input before.”
Ian Hanson, Chairman, Greater Manchester Police Federation

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