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Media House International

Media House International

Media House International is a full-service communications company, specialising in public relations, crisis management and public affairs.

The company was founded in 1991 by former daily newspaper editor and senior management executive Jack Irvine.

Since then, Media House has flourished to become a firm providing high-quality strategic and tactical advice to clients across the UK and internationally.

In addition to our crisis management, PR and public affairs skills, we offer a comprehensive range of services including political and business analysis and intelligence, litigation supportreputation management, media relations and a full suite of digital services.

The Media House senior management team comprises highly experienced figures in the media business, including former newspaper editor Ramsay Smith.

Our expertise and innovation enable us to outperform many larger rivals and have equipped us to conduct many successful campaigns and operations in the UK, the United States, Europe and the Middle East.

The fast-paced media and political landscape of today demands – more than ever – dynamic and effective communications that make a difference. At Media House, we strive constantly to make that difference.

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