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.
Media Training for Athletes
At Media Training Worldwide we teach athletes how to communicate effectively to the news media.
Specifically, we teach athletes 4 highly specific skills:
1. How to look comfortable, relaxed, and confident any time you are in front of a TV camera. Whether you are on the field or in the studio you need to look your best at all times.
2. How to shape a media message. Athletes need to know how to discuss an entire game in 30 seconds with no more than three points.
3. How to answer questions from reporters. Having a conversation with a reporter is unlike having a conversation with the coach, friends or family.
4. How to package your messages with sound bites. It's not enough to stick to your message, you must know how to package your messages with sound bites so that you get the exact quotes you want in the final story.
At Media Training Worldwide we teach NFL stars, women's ice-skating champions, Olympic hopefuls, and athletes of every persuasion on how to speak successfully through the news media. When you look at the most successful athletes in the world these days, most of their revenues are generated not from salaries or tournament earnings, but through media endorsements, media appearances, and the ability to be a successful spokesperson.
If you are an athlete with your eye on short-term success, and long-term success, now is the time to learn how to communicate at a world-class level. The average NFL player has a career that lasted only three years, but you can be a talking head on ESPN into your 80s.
If you would like more information on media training for athletes, Please contact Media Training Worldwide today at 212-764-4955.
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