Global Prebiotics Week is celebrated to highlight the importance of nutrients. This year Global Prebiotics Week celebrates the power of prebiotics. The content around raising awareness and providing education on the importance of having nutritional food with healthy ingredients choices is what the media houses are looking for. Therefore, if you have a strong and influential message that can make a difference, we can help you spread the message to your target audience.
November is the month dedicated to Mouth Cancer Action Month. It is a charity campaign that aims to raise awareness of mouth cancer and make a difference by saving lives by promoting the values of prevention and early detection. The media is looking for brands that are passionate and committed to raising awareness of mouth cancer talking about risk factors, symptoms, cures and other information around it.
National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) is a fun, seat-of-your-pants approach to creative writing. Each year on November 1, hundreds of thousands of people around the world begin to write, determined to end the month with 50,000 words of a brand new novel. Media is looking for stories that inspire young writers to be creative in their writing. Further, educators can talk about the support required for student’s skill development.
Diwali, a five-day festival of lights, celebrates many themes with fireworks, decoration and feasting. From DIYs to create fancy articles such as candles and lanterns to theme parties are on. People go shopping and looking for amazing deals and, explore new avenues to spend time with friends and family. Along with the increase in spending from large brands, we have noticed our audience is looking forward to connecting with the brands. It’s a great time to represent your brand while leveraging the power of media to gain more attention.
Safer Gambling Week is a cross-industry initiative to promote safer gambling in the United Kingdom and Ireland. It’s all about raising awareness of safer gambling behaviours and encouraging staff, customers and the wider public to discuss what it means to gamble more safely. It’s a great opportunity to talk about gambling safely, access to services for help and advice. Media houses encourages the brands to talk about it.
DAY OF THE DEAD is around the corner. Although the theme is death, the point is to demonstrate love and respect for deceased family members. Recognised by UNESCO, the day has a rich history. Media houses would love to talk about food, drinks, and travel themes while embracing cultural values and enriching the audience with relatable content.
One in five people in the UK will develop lung condition, COPD is also known as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. It's a group of lung conditions that make it difficult to breathe because your airways have been narrowed. Since, it’s a progressive disease, keeping active and doing exercise can make a big difference to both your physical and mental health.
World Vegan Month is celebrated around the world as a time to recognise how far the vegan movement has come, reflect on our successes, and to highlight how accessible and beneficial a vegan lifestyle is. This is trending topic for November on all forms of media especially Radio and TV. Any Content related to adopt veganism, receipes and ideas or message around benefits of veganism for humans, non-human animals, and the natural environment is welcome.
St. Andrew’s Day is celebrated in Scotland on November 30. A national day set aside to honor their patron, St. Andrew. The celebration of all things Scottish, from food to dance, music, and more. It’s a great day to connect with people talk about Scotland’s traditional dishes and drinks such as haggis, a savory meat pudding, whisky sauce and much more. Connect with the audience by sharing your content around.
Anti-Bullying Week takes place in England from November 16th to the 20th. This nationwide event is organised by the Anti-Bullying Alliance and is intended to raise awareness of the issue of bullying among children, especially in schools. The stress and strain this can put on children and adults is difficult to handle but authors of books to help and tackle situations would make welcome guests on stations across the UK.