What we do
- Bespoke news services – teams of between two and 20 top, working journalists to cover your event. Any sport, anywhere in the world. We handle the job from start to finish
- High quality, newswire-style web content to attract media interest
- Press releases that’ll get the word out to the world on your behalf – either one-offs or as part of a campaign
- Editing written content for websites, publications, campaign literature, Olympic documentation, rule books, technical manuals, biographies and so on
- High-end magazine production – perfect for your bid or campaign. Designed beautifully and packed with brilliant copy and stunning photography
- Video scripts for your YouTube campaign
- Speeches for CEOs, directors, presidents, ambassadors, sports politicians and other dignitaries
- Social media activity to attract likes, shares and interaction that’ll maximise the impact of your campaign or event
Whatever your sport or event, you’ll need first-class written content.
Our key skill is producing copy that not only reflects the prestige and excitement of top-level sporting competitions but also increases the public and the media’s interest and interaction with your sport or occasion.
We provide reporting, editing, marketing and consulting services to international federations and bodies such as the International Olympic Committee (IOC), International Paralympic Committee (IPC) and a number of leading international federations. Get in touch to find out how we can help you and your organisation, too.
You can lose an audience with one mistake
We strongly believe all writing requires stringent editing – you can lose an audience with one mistake. That’s why we place a firm emphasis on editing as well as writing. We ensure your organisation’s news output and marketing communications are as good as they possibly can be.
Our international network of top-level reporters and editors, combined with extensive experience of producing copy that delivers results, means that we can almost certainly help you as you look to promote your sport or high-profile competition, or boost your city’s campaign to host a single- or multi-sports event. Either way, Amp Media will make sure you give the world’s sports media content of real quality.
Get in touch using the form below to find out how we can help you specifically.
Who we’ve worked for
The biggest organisations
- The IOC
- The FA
- The MOD
- Liverpool FC
- Manchester United FC
Major media companies
- The BBC
- Associated Press
- Press Association
- The Independent
- The Daily Telegraph
- The Daily Record
- The London Evening Standard
- Forever Sport
Events we’ve covered
Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games
- Rio 2016
- London 2012
- Beijing 2008
Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games
- Sochi 2014
- Vancouver 2010
Youth Olympic Games
- Lillehammer 2016
- Nanjing 2014
- Innsbruck 2012
Other international sports events
- 2015 Rugby World Cup
- Baku 2015 European Games
- 2014 FIFA World Cup
- Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games
Amp Media is made up of sports journalists with decades of experience at some of the best-known newspapers and websites in the world.
We’re in the unique position of having worked at all levels of the Olympic and Paralympic News Service – the IOC’s internal news agency for the world’s press – during the last decade or so, and the long-term planning roles two of our core team carried out in Rio gave us a clear picture of how our experience can benefit prestigious organisations in and around the sporting world.
Our biggest asset is the global network of top-level operatives we work with.
Amp Media’s core team have, between us, written and edited speeches, video scripts, press releases, magazine articles and editorials, news articles, web copy, newsletters, books, social media content, blog posts, search engine optimisation articles and Olympic documentation.
What can we do for you?
Luke NormanEditor of the Olympic News Service and Paralympic News Service at Rio 2016, Luke has worked for the Press Association, IPC Media and IMG Media, and freelanced for the Associated Press and the Daily Telegraph.
Luke was also the speech writer for Carlos Nuzman, president of the Brazilian Olympic Committee, as well as CEOs/directors at the LTA, ECB and World Squash, and the Department of Culture, Media and Sport leading up to – and during – London 2012.
Nick MooreAs a freelance sports writer, Nick has worked as a feature writer for FourFourTwo, The Evening Standard, The Times, The Independent, Liverpool FC magazine and Forever Sports; he’s also worked in customer publishing for the FA, UEFA, Manchester United, London 2012 and the MOD.
As a copywriter, he’s produced campaigns for adidas, Barclays, Nike, Hyundai and many others.
Nick has covered several Olympic Games, World Cups and other major events as a reporter, and ran social media for the Olympic News Service at Rio 2016.
Paul ParryAn ONS/PNS sub-editor in Rio who also served on the central editorial teams at both the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games and the Baku 2015 European Games.
Paul, an author and freelance editor, copywriter, ghostwriter and blogger, has also written and edited scripts for the Olympic Channel’s ‘On the Record’ series and is an expert in digital impact with deep knowledge of search engine optimisation (SEO) and internet marketing.