The MediaBank (MOM Profile)

Jan 13, 2010 | Government News

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The MediaBank is a boutique public affairs office that draws on a “bank” of consultants to build custom communication teams for each client’s specific needs. In some cases our clients need just one MediaBank strategist to build a communications plan. Other clients draw on our “bank” of writers, videographers and web strategists to deliver everything from brochures to press conferences to on-line videos.

Our services include;

News You Can Use:  Helping clients become their own publishers and broadcasters.

Issues Management:  Joining the human resources and legal departments to support leadership during a crisis.

Strategic Communications:  Developing long-term strategies to support employee, member or government relations plans.

Press Conferences:  Planning media relations strategies, from identifying the real news inside an organization right up to hosting press conferences.

Media Relations Training:  Offering small group or one-on-one executive training in how best to talk with the media. The workshops are built on 15 years of delivering media relations training in Manitoba and 15 years of working in newsrooms and teaching journalism.

Communication Audits:  Conducting audits of all the communication tools an organization creates in an effort to improve its reach.

Branding & Designers: Working with designers to blend the strategy, words and content with the corporate brand.

Find out more about the Media Bank website here.

And check out the Media Bank “Postcards from the Business Edge” profile in the third quarter 2009 edition of the Focus Magazine here.

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