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.
Corporate Media Training
Are you looking for corporate media training? If so, you've come to the right pace.
At Media Training Worldwide, we special in corporate media training. During the last 30 years we have trained more than 10,000 corporate executives from six continents representing Fortune 500 companies, Mid-Cap companies, Small-Cap companies and privately held companies.
All of our executives have different issues and concerns, yet all want the following skills:
1. How to look comfortable, confident and relaxed in front of a TV or video camera.
2. How to shape a three-part, 30 second media message.
3. How to answer questions effectively in a news media interview.
4. How to package message points with sound bites in order to get the exact quotes desired into the final story.
We conduct corporate media training with a very bottom-lined approach: you must get the exact quotes or sound bites on the messages you planned in advance of the interview into the final story. Anything short of that is failure.
At Media Training Worldwide our corporate media training programs are conducted in-person, in a highly intensive manner. Each executive is placed on camera in simulated interview situations ten times per day (the industry norm is only three times). This process ensures that corporate executives leave the training with new habits and actual muscle memory on how to act and talk in news media interviews, not simply an intellectual understanding of do's and don'ts for media interviews.
If you would like to discuss the specific corporate media training needs of your executives, please call us today at 212-764-4955 or go to http://www.mediatrainingworldwdie.com.
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