Recent Articles in Media Training

June 13, 2024

Media Training: When there's a camera, where do you look?

Media Training

"Where should I be looking?" It's a common question when prepping for on-camera opportunities. Take a look at this guidance for what to do with your eyes.

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September 12, 2023

Media Training: Alternatives to 'no comment'

Media Training , Resources

Don't let the movies lead you astray: Saying "no comment" is not the smart response to a reporter's question. Here's what you can do instead.

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May 18, 2023

Media Training: Dressing for the Camera

Media Training , Presentation Tips

Clothing you wear for the camera needs to suit you and the particular situation. With work requiring more of us to be on camera more often, many are looking for guidelines to help sort it all out. We offer up a few...

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January 20, 2022

Zoom Interviews: How Does Your Room Rate?

Media Training , Presentation Tips , Seen|Read|Heard

What can Valerie Bertinelli's library and Claire McCaskill's kitchen teach you about setting up a better-looking Zoom in your home? One Twitter account can make it fun to learn.

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October 4, 2021

Boiling It Down: Reduction To Sharpen Your Messages

Presentation Tips , Media Training , Business Communication

When your time to speak is limited, how do you choose what to say? An economist shares his technique for zeroing in on the main idea.

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July 16, 2021

Media Training: Who’s Your Audience?

Media Training , Three Things , How To

Training tends to prepare you to meet members of the media with confidence. In the process, don't forget about speaking to your real audience...

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May 11, 2018

3 Ways to Improve Your On-Camera Delivery

Three Things , Presentation Tips , Faculty , Media Training

From company video messages to online training, more of us expect to be on camera as part of our work. A news anchor, TV producer, and Buckley coach--Kara Gormley Meador gives you some tips for making the most of it.

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