Tag: publicity

Sydney copywriter Michael Wilton from Tea Or Copy has been working with Identity PR to create a new Bio for Australia’s most controversial comic, Joel Creasey. 

Comic legend Joan Rivers once exclaimed of Joel: “He’s a f**king star! I love him!” 

Joel first attempted stand-up comedy at age 15 in his hometown of Perth, and now at the age of 25, his intelligent social and political observations, outrageous wit, pop-culture expertise and unrivalled story telling abilities have already won the “Acid Tongue Prince” a legion of fans around the globe.

The mischievous and motor-mouthed comedian has delivered each of his ruthlessly witty sold-out shows to audiences across Australia, winning multiple award nominations and 5 star reviews in every city, with the Sydney Morning Herald gushinghe’s a confident storyteller – energetic, concise, but conversational – with a ruthless wit and an infectious oh-my-god enthusiasm.”

Joel has also toured internationally with the prestigious Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow, and he’s toured throughout the United Kingdom, The United States, Canada and Asia.

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Editors receive hundreds of Bios every week, so it’s critical that each one is unique, snappy and relevant.

Michael from Tea Or Copy has oodles of experience crafting copy for a variety of record companies, publicity departments and entertainment divisions, so if your artist Bio need a refresh, or if you require a brand new one – you know where to find us!

How’s this for a story?

Over the last 5 years, Dutch artist Mr. Probz has been shot, burgled, and had his apartment burn down in a fire. Oh, his song ‘Waves‘ also topped the charts in over 51 countries.

Michael has just written his bio for Australian media. Let’s just hope his run of personal bad luck ends very soon, and that the hits keep on coming!

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Press releases are a crucial component of any promotional or marketing campaign. However, so many press releases contain spelling mistakes, sloppy structure and an unclear message. A press release is designed to attract press, but if they’re poorly communicated, journalists are not as likely to respond to them and pro-actively promote your product or service. An unprofessional communications strategy will simply make you look unprofessional.

We have written a series of press releases for a variety of publicity and marketing companies, and one of our most recent unveils Heineken‘s brand new integrated campaign ‘The Catch‘ to celebrate the release of the brand new James Bond movie, ‘Spectre‘.

If you’d benefit from having an exciting, well written press release, please get in touch, and keep a lookout for the epic ‘The Catch’ campaign which is running nationally now.

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