It’s important that you tell your stories.
The question is – how do I do it?
To create a steady stream of news stories, you need to think like a journalist.
At the core of journalism is storytelling. Journalists train to identify stories and share them in ways that capture and sustain the interest of an audience.
They are experienced at creating a steady stream of stories so the audience always has something new to consume.
That curiosity, creativity, and consistency is what you need in your storytelling.
Our Martin Charlton team of journalists work with organizations to tell the stories of who they are and what they are trying to accomplished.
Martin Charlton Communications journalists work with you to identify and create a volume of stories. They offer objectivity – they see what is interesting and important that you might not recognize because it has become so familiar.
They apply their skills as researchers and creators to gather and share your story in a way that connects with an audience.
While you operate your organization, they generate a stream of stories for you.
Feeling ready to start telling your news stories? Want to discuss it? We’d be happy to hear from you.
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