We recently won the brief for student advice site NotGoingToUni.co.uk, which specialises in helping young people make informed decisions about their future, with or without university.
The site was founded by now-20 year old Tom Mursell just after he'd finished his A-Levels 2 years ago and has since gone on to become one of the leading portals for advice for British students, covering all aspects of career and education, including free distance degrees through the Open University, apprenticeships, gap years and more.
Seeing as the A-Level results were yesterday, we targeted mainstream broadcast press, to ensure that we reached as many students as possible with the message NotGoingToUni were keen to enforce: that no matter what happened, good or bad, 'don't panic'.
Here's a selection of the coverage we received, with footage from BBC Breakfast and more to come. Just a quick note to blog readers that Tom Mursell was outstanding and is definitely one to watch for the future media-wise!
BBC Radio 1Xtra:
BBC Radio Wales:
BBC Five Live:
BBC Radio 4:
BBC Radio Sheffield:
BBC Radio Derby:
BBC Radio Lincolnshire:
Coming very soon...
Print coverage in the next blog