This is a list of all earned media coverage from the work of the team at Visit Bristol and Meet Bristol. For copies of our latest press releases, go to our dedicated page here

Visit Bristol Coverage:

Outlet: About Manchester

Circulation: 75k

Title: We can’t go on staycation at the moment so here is the next best thing

Following a press release sent out at the end of March outlining Bristol’s virtual experiences, About Manchester included Bristol in its own round up UK online tours. The feature mentions SS Great Britain, filming locations for Poldark and the Banksy app.

Outlet: Travel and Leisure

Circulation: 11.5m

Title: Discover some of Banksy’s best street art without stepping outside

Another result from the press release from Visit Bristol came in a feature in Lonely Planet last month, which was then reported on by Travel and Leisure. The post – which was also tweeted out to over 4 million followers - focused on the Bansky app, but also mentioned virtual tours of SS Great Britain, We the Curious and Bristol Museum & Art Gallery.

Outlet: International Travel Writers Alliance

Circulation: c11,000 journalists worldwide

Title: April Bulletin

From the same press release as above, the International Travel Writers Alliance featured the imagery and full text in their monthly bulletin which is mailed to a large database of journalists and travel writers. The same detail was also featured in the AllWays Travellers Journal Virtual Travel Issue #1, issued by the same outlet.

Outlet: Ujima Radio:

Reach: unknown

Title: Culture Shock - 24-04-20

Bristol From Home hub on the Visit Bristol website was mentioned in an update from Jon Chamberlain at 20m45s ->

Outlet: Bristol 24/7

Circulation: 494,000 page views/month

Title: What is your favourite Bristol landmark?

Bristol 24/7 picked up on our Twitter activity during w/c 27 April featuring eight Bristol landmarks up against each other in a series of polls to decide the ‘World Cup of Bristol Landmarks’. The activity was a success with larger than average engagement on Twitter that week. The winner was the Clifton Suspension Bridge.

Meet Bristol Coverage:

Outlet: Boardroom Magazine

Circulation: 2,000 visitors per month to website  - 7,500 associations in their database.

Title: Where creativity and technology raise the meetings bar

This Brussels based publication, aimed at European associations, featured Bristol and its sector strengths. The journalist attended our associations fam trip in February.

Outlet: Micebook

Average of 16,000 pageviews/month

Title: Event planners guide to Bristol

Micebook featured Meet Bristol in their ‘Best of Britain’ campaign which leads to our free listing on their site. The Meet Bristol team have engaged several venues in this who are listed on our page, so some extra exposure for them too. This also featured in a micebook e-newsletter sent to 21,000 subscribers.

Other Meet Bristol Coverage:

Free listings have been gained on the Conference News market place (online magazine, page 48) and PA Life supplier directory (ave. 40,000 monthly pageviews), both




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