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

Doorstep disaster or a masterclass in distraction?

When it comes to disastrous responses to doorstep interviews, we thought we had seen it all. In this media training blog, we have covered examples where spokespeople have simply ignored the…

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Spokesperson training, TV interview skills, Media Skills Training —  10 February by Adam Fisher

Adviser’s intervention turns a good news story into a horror show

General media skills, Spokesperson training, TV interview skills —  15 January by Adam Fisher

Our analysis of the prime minister’s first interview since the election

General media skills, Spokesperson training, TV interview skills, Media Skills Training —  16 December 2019 by Adam Fisher

General election 2019 – the media training gift that kept on giving

General media skills, TV interview skills, Crisis management —  8 November 2019 by Adam Fisher

Weird reaction pushes citizen journalism interview to wider audience

Spokesperson training, TV interview skills —  1 November 2019 by Adam Fisher

Angry response to question results in own goal

With yet another general election on the horizon, you might have expected us to feature an interview given by a politician in today's media training blog.  They are certainly filling the airwaves…

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Spokesperson training, TV interview skills, General media skills —  9 October 2019 by Adam Fisher

Refusal to answer key question makes spokesperson appear evasive

It was billed as a ‘world exclusive’ interview with ‘the most talked about woman’ in Britain. After weeks of detailed reports about the nature of her relationship with Boris Johnson, Jennifer Arcuri…

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General media skills, Spokesperson training, TV interview skills —  20 September 2019 by Media First

Spokesperson shows how wardrobe choices can obscure the message

General media skills, Spokesperson training, TV interview skills —  18 September 2019 by Adam Fisher

The empty chair humiliation and what spokespeople can learn from it