For journalists

Public Address is designed to make your day easier

Designed in consultation with over 50 journalists, Public Address is built with a range of simple features to make journalists lives easier.

With instant access to high-resolution assets and images, and no more follow up calls asking if you’ve read an email, Public Address is designed with your needs front of mind.

We’ve been focusing on building out our core functionality, but there’s plenty more to come and we’re excited to have a range of features in the works which are designed to take the hassle out of media relations.

Got questions? We’ve got answers

You’ve received an email from Public Address because a public relations professional has identified they think you’d be interested in a story they’re pitching to media. If you’re not interested, simply reply to the email as you normally would.

Yes. When you click through to a Public Address media release, the public relations professional who distributed this to you is notified, to help them better target their follow up with journalists.

We’re tracking this data to better inform future pitches – and reduce the number of unwanted pitches in your inbox

When you click through on a Public Address media release, we store who clicked through on the release, when, and what the topic of the media release is. We collect this data for the sole purpose of improving your interactions with Public Address, through assisting public relations professionals to communicate with you at times which work best for you, about subject matters you appear to be interested in.
At all times your data is stored in accordance with our Privacy Policy.

In the coming months we’re planning to launch the ability for you to create an account and set preferences around how public relations professionals communicate with you. If you’re interested in subscribing to this free service when it’s available, please sign up for our media mailing list.

We use cookies, a small data file stored on your computer, to monitor your engagement with Public Address media releases. This enables Public Address to provide better feedback to public relations professionals about interactions with their Public Address media releases, such as when their media release is being viewed, by whom and provide this data through to the public relations professional.