If you've got an album or book coming out, or you've got a client who has, I offer media training to fully prepare someone for the press cycle.
A session includes:
A Q&A , as if in an actual media interview, with analysis
What to expect from different media outlets
How to proactively offer content
What to include and avoid in a press release
An overview of types of media
Pulling out of a nosedive and post-interview damage control
Workshopping of hairy questions
This one-hour session costs $200 and is conducted via Skype or FaceTime, but could also be face to face if travel expenses are covered. Afterwards you'll receive a one-page document of main points and findings.
After a stint as a music publicist in London, I began writing for and then editing music magazines and websites, and contribute music stories to The Financial Times, The Monthly, ABC, The Guardian, The Sydney Morning Herald and The Saturday Paper.
"Jenny’s wealth of experience shone through as she provided participants with her unique insight into the media. Ultimately, she shed light on how artists could utilise the media to their advantage and in turn, create further opportunities for themselves."
– Mel Krause, Development Manager, The Push
"The media training Jenny provided for my artist was extremely beneficial and made a massive difference in my artist’s ability to engage with media in a relaxed and personable manner."
– Nate Flagrant, Flagrant Artist Management