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what our clients say

At Media Minefield, we help our clients get their message out in both national and local media.

Our clients have appeared in: USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, cnn.com, abc.com, Yahoo!, LA Times and NY Daily News. On the local level, we work with hundreds of TV and radio stations across the country.

Whether you are a national retail store, a financial professional, a social media site or a professional sports team, our motto doesn’t waiver: your message is our mission.

what our clients say

Working with Michelle and Media Minefield was one of the best experiences. Michelle ensured that I was prepared and focused on the points to help drive results for the event. Through it all, she was professional and always available to ensure that the process was seamless and effortless.

Ini Iyamba | MN4MN

Before I got home from my first live TV interview, my office called saying someone saw me on TV and wanted to set an appointment. I was looking forward to having a credibility piece, but having a warm lead was a bonus!

Skip Johnson | Great Waters Financial

Since my last five news interviews, my website activity has skyrocketed.

Cameron McCarty | National Investors

The guidance has lead to many successful interviews and has helped us grow into a national program.

Shane Hudella | Defending the Blue Line

Media Minefield is a gold mine for anyone who is serious about promoting their work and mission!

Dr. Kevin Meyer | Wayzata Free Church

what our news contacts say

You have definitely made it easy. Can you teach others what actual TIMELY TALKING POINTS are???

a TV news producer after a client placement

In closing, I hope you know how much I appreciate the idea, coordination, follow up, and outline. Talk about going ‘above and beyond!’ Thank you…

a TV news producer after a client placement

Andrea’s experience in the media will be a huge benefit for whomever is fortunate enough to work with her. She understands what is news, how to get the media interested in a story, and what news professionals need.

Tracy Madden-McMahon | WOWT TV