From company reports to catalogues, from books to brochures, Souter Media has the capability to produce tight copy to meet both briefs and deadlines.
Brochure, features and magazine articles
... for Lillehammer Winter Olympics
The Power Game,
Us Ducs and Look Out Duc (k)
... for Girobank
Newsletters and magazines
News releases; Travel reports and features for regional press and media; Magazine articles; Radio scripts; Programme trails; Speech writing
Seaforths Travel, Advanced Travel Partners,
Peddars Way Housing Association,
Norfolk and Waveney Training and Enterprise Council
and many more
The POWER GAME is a fast moving novel which focusses on the pressures, politics and pitfalls of running a Premiership football club. Set in East Anglia and the South of Spain, the book includes drugs, sex, scandals, transfers, gambling and much more.
Its main character is Ronald Followes, the chairman of imaginary Yarmouth United Football club which could just as easily be the team you support.
The POWER GAME covers the many issues which arise during the course of a normal season in the Premier League of football.
It is a must for any fan of Britain's number one national sport. In keeping with its subject matter, the book contains some strong language and includes issues of an adult nature.
If you would like to purchase a copy of "The Power Game", please contact Souter Media.com
Price, which includes postage and packaging is €10 or £7.00.
Have pen... will travel. That's very much our motto. But when the telephone rang asking us to travel to Lillehammer in Norway to write a preview of the 1994 Winter Olympics, it was something quite out of the ordinary.
One article, with accompanying colour photographs, became the eight page lead feature in Norwegian, English and French - in the official Olympic programme.
MSC's newsletters act as a comprehensive record of activities and clients.
Produced regularly since the company was launched and distributed by direct mail and as magazine inserts, they have been an excellent medium to introduce the company to prospective customers.
We have often picked up a contract as a direct result of somebody being impressed by the breadth and quality of our work as featured in an MSC News.
But, undoubtedly, the best way of winning business has been by word of mouth from our many satisfied clients, a considerable number of whom have been with us almost since we started.
Who better to teach English than a journalist and broadcaster who not only knows the language intimately but who uses it as a tool of his trade?
Mike Souter not only has a lifetime of personal experience of the English language, but also holds a University of Cambridge Use of English Certificate and a Certificate of Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages from the same respected university.
He can be booked to teach English individually, to small groups or to classes and has wide experience in tailoring courses to meet the specific requirements of companies or organisations.