We teach you how to speak effectively to live audiences and to the news media. Whether you are giving a presentation or holding a press conference during a crisis, we help you look your best, create memorable stories and sound bites and deliver winning messages.
American Media Training
Are you looking for American Media Training?
In the English speaking world, America, The United States, and New York City really form the center of the media world. If you have senior executives in your organization who are likely to face major worldwide media exposure, it may help them to face American media trainers in order to be thoroughly prepared for the roughest U.S-based reporters, news anchors and journalists.
At Media Training Worldwide, we teach executives from six continents how to face reporters from any media outlet in the world, but we have special expertise on American news media. We are based in New York City, the media center of the world, and we have deep roots in American media. Our lead trainer, TJ Walker has appeared as a guest or host on thousands of US based TV and radio outlets including the following: Bloomberg TV, CNBC, CNN, Fox News Channel, MSNBC, True TV, E!, RNN, ABC, and even Comedy Central.
At Media Training Worldwide, we teach executives a very aggressive approach in dealing with the media that centers around mastering the following fours skills.
1. How to look comfortable, confident and relaxed in front of a TV/video camera.
2. How to shape a 3-part, thirty second message.
3. How to answer questions in a focused, strategic manner.
4. How to create and deliver sound bites that are on message and that get used in the final story.
At Media Training Worldwide, we teach a very bottom-lined approach: you will learn how to get the exact quotes you want in the story, regardless of whether the reporter loves or hates you.
If you would love to discuss the specific media training needs of your executives, please call us today at Media Training Worldwide 212.764.4955.
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