Media Training Blog
Spokesperson training, TV interview skills, General media skills —  9 October 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 by Media First

Spokesperson shows how wardrobe choices can obscure the message

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

The empty chair humiliation and what spokespeople can learn from it

General media skills, TV interview skills, Spokesperson training —  13 September by Adam Fisher

Spokesperson shows how to survive the heat of a hostile interview

General media skills, TV interview skills, Media Skills Training —  4 September by Adam Fisher

What you can learn from this attention-grabbing interview

General media skills, Spokesperson training, Radio interview skills, TV interview skills —  21 August by Adam Fisher

16 different media interview formats and how to handle them

Radio, print and TV interviews all have their own specific requirements. But there is actually much more to it than those three categories, with each medium throwing up a range of different formats,…

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Spokesperson training, TV interview skills, Crisis management, General media skills —  5 August by Adam Fisher

Spokesperson shows how to handle a tough TV interview

We’ve seen plenty of examples of spokespeople struggling to hide their frustration at difficult questions and regular interruptions in media interviews. If you’ve read this media training blog…

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General media skills, Spokesperson training, TV interview skills —  12 July by Adam Fisher

Alexa, show me a car crash interview

General media skills, Spokesperson training, TV interview skills —  3 June by Adam Fisher

'Silly' interview highlights dangers of rigidly sticking to same response