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Who's it for

Applications for Up are on a waiting list. Please sign up to our newsletter to find out when we reopen it. You’re probably struggling with: Selling a high-ticket offer, getting more clients consistently, getting TV and radio journalists to take you seriously, getting through to TV and radio journalists, getting on TV and radio frequently and running your business by the numbers — like an investor seeking an ROI.

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How it works

Up gives you everything you need to achieve this transformation: 
  • Content: 3 months video and audio training with step-by-step instructions (no detail is missed because success is in the detail, you can watch it quicker if you wish)
  • Coaching: 1 x 2-hour weekly Q&A calls on video for 4 months where you can ask questions and get answers
  • Broadcast PR consultation and support: Get 24/7 support and broadcast PR advice via the community and with our highly skilled broadcast coaches for 4 months
  • Tools: Get all the tools required to build, maintain, and optimise your broadcast PR systems
  • Advice: Get advice on how to use the content aired on TV and radio on social media
  • Community: Private online group community where you can hang out with others on the same journey
  • Accountability: Get an accountability partner who will hold you to your word 

How to get started

If you’re interested in getting clients on-demand, then Up might for you.

Schedule a call using the calendar below, and somebody from our team will meet with you on video for a 45-minute strategy session to see if Up is a good fit is. 

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How I Was Able To Work With Brands Like Disney, the BBC, ITV, Microsoft, JP Morgan Asset Management And More

Kerry Hopkins has got people on TV in over 100 countries across the world – now she is sharing her secrets so that you can try to replicate that level of success for yourself!

The Broadcast academy is an official partner of the BBC 50:50 Project, so Kerry likes to have both men and women as clients.

Kerry has taken her campaigning into Westminster many times. In autumn 2019, she put on an event about the number of female spokespeople given by companies in the FTSE 100. Speaking was ITV News’s acting editor (now CEO), a spokesperson from BBC 5050 and it was hosted by a BBC TV news presenter.

Through the Broadcast Academy, Kerry’s other events have attracted prestigious panels including a BBC TV newsreader, BBC editor, ITV News editor, Channel 4 news presenter, Member of Parliament (Congressman equivalent), Sky News business editor, Channel 5 News presenter, ITV The Agenda’s Executive Producer and the General Secretary of the National Union of Journalists (NUJ).