Spokesperson training, TV interview skills, Radio interview skills, Crisis management —  21 October by Adam Fisher

What does it feel like to be on a media training course?

Have you ever wondered what it feels like to take part in one of our media training courses? Well, one of our clients, Lymphoma Action, allowed us to shadow their course so that others could see how…

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Spokesperson training, Media Skills Training, TV interview skills, Radio interview skills —  16 September by James White

What's better: Online or face-to-face media training?

Spokesperson training, TV interview skills, General media skills —  7 September by James White

The key lesson to learn from the astonishing interview you asked us to look at

Radio interview skills, TV interview skills, Spokesperson training, General media skills —  10 August by James White

What does a journalist want from you in a media interview?

General media skills, TV interview skills, Spokesperson training —  22 July by James White

What you can learn from an interview the journalist described as a 'car crash'

Media Skills Training, Spokesperson training, General media skills, TV interview skills —  17 June by James White

Are online media interviews here to stay?

Little by little more normality is returning to our lives. We are now able to meet more people, play some sports and non-essential shops have opened their doors for the first time in…

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Spokesperson training, General media skills, Radio interview skills, TV interview skills —  1 June by Simon Brooke

Brain fade? Here’s how to handle it

It’s everyone’s worst nightmare. You’re in the middle of a presentation or coming to a critical point in a media interview and suddenly your mind goes blank. What on earth were you going to say?…

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Media Skills Training, Spokesperson training, TV interview skills —  4 May by James White

The media interviews that have stood out so far during the coronavirus crisis

Spokesperson training, Crisis management, TV interview skills —  12 February by Adam Fisher

Doorstep disaster or a masterclass in distraction?