Palamedes Secures National PR Coverage for AudioGO

Iconic horror movie Pyscho was meant to be a comedy

By Bella Frost

8th February, 2013

Palamedes has today secured significant national coverage for AudioGO.

The agency’s released a story on behalf of AudioGO in order to promote a new audiobook called Hitchcock: In his Own Words.

Our copy secured online and hard copy national exposure in the Daily Telegraph, The Daily Mail, The Sun, Metro, Daily Mirror, Yahoo News, The Times of India, and on a variety of other respected news platforms.

The story, which was published without the need of an edit, revealed how Alfred Hitchcock’s iconic horror film Psycho was supposed to be a comedy.

The film, widely regarded as the world’s first ‘slasher’ movie, terrified and shocked cinema-goers when it opened in 1960.

Yet Hitchcock only ever intended to make audiences “giggle”.

The full story, in addition to complimentary media review copies, can be found in our Press Centre (

A spokesman for Palamedes said: “Our reputation is built upon effective consumer PR and our unique ability to create newsworthy copy for our clients.”