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Today’s presenters need to have broadcasting skills. I’ve been saying that for years. Even if you don’t do media interviews, you may give a presentation through videoconferencing, livestream, elearning, skype, or a webcast. There’s no avoiding it. You need to know how to present yourself on camera. Even job candidates are being interviewed through video. And if you’re speaking at a conference, you may be filmed or asked to give some comments on video.
When your 15 minutes of fame arrives will you be ready?
To learn how to shine in media, watch my interview with Employment Law Today. You’ll gain practical tips you can apply to your next video appearance.
- The biggest mistake in a media intervew
- How to handle difficult questions
- The difference between speaking to a live audience and speaking on television.