Palamedes PR has secured brand exposure for the Bath-based audiobook publisher, AudioGO, in a key regional title.
The agency’s story about AudioGO’s ‘Stand Up and Get Heard’ contest, which aims to find the best unknown comedy talent, secured coverage in The Bath Chronicle.
A spokesman for Palamedes PR said: “We would like to thank The Bath Chronicle for this latest coverage.”
To enter AudioGO’s Stand Up and Get Heard contest, send an MP3 of your short stand-up routine or sketch to AudioGO, and it will be uploaded to its Facebook page. The best routine, as decided by AudioGO, will win two tickets to see a comedy show at the Pleasance Theatre during the Edinburgh Festival, as well as train fares and overnight accommodation in Edinburgh – a package valued at over £400.
In addition, the top three entrants will also be given the opportunity to visit the AudioGO studios in Bath, where they will have their sketch professionally recorded.
The content – devised by AudioGO and Palamedes PR in order to highlight AudioGO’s sponsorship of the Pleasance Theatre at this year’s Edinburgh Festival – is also running live on The British Comedy Guide.