Share a press release 

Our press release distribution service is a great way to get your news out to the public. We can help you reach a wide audience with your news and information.

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Our press release distribution service

Send your press release to NewsByWire to get your news distributed to journalists and publications throughout the USA, UK, Europe & Asia. 

We send your news to journalists

We have a growing list of 2000+ leading journalists, news desks and publication editors.

We send email notifications to the most relevant opted-in journalists to increase the opportunity of your press release being seen by the most appropriate publication.  

Our press release RSS feed

We have 50+ specialist news feeds and share information with journalists and news websites about how to use these to access the most up to date press releases.   

We help journalist to find your news

Our simple, yet powerful press release search is designed to help journalists find your news. 

Social media sharing

We share with 6000+ followers who want to read about the latest press releases. 

Who we share your news with:

The Guardian, The Grocer, TimeOut, BBC, Stylist, Retail Week, Evening Standard, Property Week, The Sunday Times, Drapers,  Insider UK, the i newspaper, Vogue Business, Carwow, Ideal Home, Living etc, My London. Marie Claire, HELLO!, People Management, Daily Mail, Women’s Health, Closer and many many more leading news and media outlets.

What should you include in a press release?

When you share a press release with News By Wire, we carry out a review process to ensure that it meets our guidelines. This is to ensure that journalists and news desks receive only quality, newsworthy press releases that maximise the chance of successful publication.  

  • Your press release should be newsworthy – it should contain news or information that is new, interesting, and relevant
  • Timeliness is everything in a press release or news story. A press release about something that happened several weeks ago is not news-worthy
  • It should include a great headline that is attention-grabbing
  • Consider using a subheadline that further explains the story
  • Include quotes from people involved in the story
  • Ensure that you use a “hook” or angle to make the story more interesting
  • Include background information on the company
  • It’s often a good idea to bolster the release with additional information, such as statistics, data, or customer testimonials
  • Be sure to include a strong ending that leaves the reader wanting more
  • Include contact information so reporters can follow up with additional questions