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What story are you looking for?

If you’re a journalist or a media professional and you need a story, lead or case study, or any information for an article you are working on, we can help.

Fill out the form below, and your request will be distributed to hundreds of press agencies and freelance journalists.
If anyone has relevant information, or interesting case studies that could work for your article, they will get back in touch.

Your story request will be sent instantly to our mailing list exactly as you have written it, so please be sensitive. As an illustration, rather than using the word ‘good’ in connection with a search for a specific crime story, use a phrase such as ‘strong’. Ie, ‘strong crime story’ wanted.

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The words you input here will appear in the 'subject' line of the email that our members will receive. Summarise what you are looking for, ideally to the genre of story, for instance 'weight loss stories wanted' or 'IVF stories wanted' or 'crime stories wanted.' Or summarise your story request along the lines of 'Woman who married at 16' or 'Woman with 100 pairs of shoes.' You are limited to 50 characters.

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Who uses Casestudy Link?

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Who should use Case Study Link?

  • Commissioning editors and reporters on newspapers and magazines.
  • Television researches and production companies.
  • Freelance journalists who are able to pay a tip fee for any story they accept.

When to use Case Study Link

  • When you're on the hunt for a particular story or case study.
  • When you're wondering which agency or freelance writer is representing a particular individual making headlines.
  • When you have an upcoming ideas meeting and want to invite agencies/freelancers to pitch to you.
  • When you are looking for someone in a particular area of the country to do a door knock.
  • When you have a gap to fill in your next issue.