Get Noticed

Allison Andrews, Content Specialist

About Me

For more than 2 decades I shaped television news. An Emmy award-winning producer and manager, I made daily decisions about which stories would be covered. Now I help entrepreneurs and businesses tell their own stories on multiple platforms to get the attention they desire from customers and the media. My inside knowledge of how a newsroom operates and my ability to create compelling content gives my clients an edge.

As a speaker I can promise you two things.
Your audience will experience some great storytelling. My entire career has been based on telling compelling stories. But I want to do more than just inspire. I’ll share practical takeaways that your audience can begin using immediately to create content more effectively and efficiently.

Having been on the producing side of projects for most of life, I promise I am a low-maintenance kind of gal leaving you the time you need to focus on your event, instead of worrying about me. I always appreciated those kind of guests on the various shows I have produced over the years.

My expertise as a content creator and writer:
In addition to local coverage, my clients have been featured in People Magazine, The Huffington Post, Prevention and CNN. As a freelance writer, I have been published in TIME Magazine, Good Housekeeping, the Washington Post and Chicken Soup for the Soul. I am one of the creators of the podcast Content Hacks.

The Talks

Rock your content regardless of topic

You will learn:

  • The biggest mistake content creators make
  • The 7 markers of good content
  • How to create effective content quickly from overlooked sources

Think like a journalist to get your story noticed

You will learn:

  • Which of the 5 W’s are the most important to your story
  • Why a press release isn’t always the best way to tell your story
  • What journalists look for in a pitch

How to create content the media loves


You will learn:

  • How to time your pitch effectively
  • The one question you should ask yourself before you pitch your story to the media
  • Who the decision makers are
  • Producer/editor pet peeves

Hire Me to Speak