Complete Media Training Master Class – Confidence on Camera

Complete Media Training Master Class - Confidence on Camera

Complete Media Training Master Class – Confidence on Camera

TJ Walker’s Incredibly Thorough and Comprehensive Media Training Course for Every Situation, Audience and Skill Level

Language: english

Note: 4.6/5 (845 notes) 34,590 students

Instructor(s): TJ Walker

Last update: 2022-06-06

What you’ll learn

  • Look your best on video and TV
  • Come across as comfortable, confident and relaxed on camera
  • Shape media messages
  • Speak in sound bites

 

Requirements

  • An interest in media training
  • A desire to look good on camera, shape media messages, answer questions effectively and speak in sound bites

 

Description

This Media Training course is nearly 10 times longer than other leading media training courses here on Udemy. With 550 lectures, nearly 30 hours of content, and five supplemental books, this course was designed to be your ultimate media training resource.

Media training is not taught in schools but it is essential for anyone who has a message, product or service to communicate to the world today.   

Enroll in this media training course if you want the following:   

1. Look comfortable, confident and relaxed in front of any TV or video camera.   

2. Shape powerful media messages.   

3. Answer reporters’ questions effectively.   

4. Speak in sound bites and get the exact quote you want in any story.   

5. Control your own social media video images and messages.   

Message from the instructor:   

“I hold nothing back in this course. I am sharing with you every single lesson I have learned over the last 30 years of conducting in-person media training workshops with more than 10,000 people across the globe, including Presidents of countries, Prime ministers, Members of Congress and Parliaments, Nobel Peace Prize Winners, Miss Universes and professional athletes. I want you to have the ultimate media training resource and reference guide to meet all of your needs for years to come. ” TJ Walker   

Please note: this is NOT a course on the technical production side of creating videos (there are lots of other courses for that). This course is 100% focused on how to speak to journalists, reporters, talk show hosts, and TV and video cameras.   

“TJ Walker’s single-minded devotion to presentation has made him the #1 expert for executives seeking guidance on speaking to the public and media.” Bob Bowdon, Anchor/Reporter, Bloomberg Television  

“TJ Walker is the leading media trainer in the world.” Stu Miller, Viacom News Producer  

“The world’s leading presentation and media training firm.” Gregg Jarrett, Fox News Channel Anchor  

“To break through the cluttered media environment, it’s important to get your message out in a clear and concise way. TJ knows how to do it and gives you the tips to succeed.” Howard J. Rubenstein, President, Rubenstein Associates, Inc.   


Here is what Udemy students say about this course:

“I’m just in the beginning, and so far I’ve learned more than into other courses I took combined” Michael Pogrebinsky


“Great match for me. Already made progress just by doing a bunch of iterations of taking video of myself.” EXAR Studios


“Fantastic course, I’ve come at this as a complete novice and have been very impressed.” Lex Barrow


“I am interested in making a video for my website, but have never done anything like that. Your courses helped me feel like I would look and sound appealing to observers. Thank you.” Holly Olson


This Media Training course is ideal for anyone searching for more info on the following: journalism – media training – radio jockey – confidence on – camera – confidence – radio – camera – camera confidence – video – TJ Walker. Plus, this course will be a great addition to anyone trying to build out their knowledge in the following areas: journalism – videography – confidence.

 

Who this course is for

  • Experts
  • Business executives
  • Managers
  • Udemy instructors
  • Video bloggers
  • Political leaders
  • Civic leaders
  • Authors

 

Course content

  • You Will Master the Media
    • Quick Wins! Look Thinner on Camera, Easy Sound Bite Solutions, Pro Rehearsals
    • You Can Look Great, Shape a Message, Answer Questions and Speak in Sound Bites
    • Here Is How to Get the Most Value Out of This Course
    • Exciting New Update to this Course
    • Doing This One Thing Will Give You Total Confidence Before Any Media Appearance
    • It’s OK To Feel Uncomfortable On Camera – Here’s How to Get Over It
  • Look Comfortable, Confident and Relaxed In Front of Every TV and Video Camera
    • Sell the Message by Selling the Messenger
    • Sit Like This to Look Your Best – Confidence on Camera
    • Here Is Where to Look On Camera
    • Never Look Bored or Scared Again
    • Move Like a Seasoned TV Pro
    • Never Let the Seat Swallow You Up
    • Standing In Front of the Camera With the Greatest of Ease
    • Dressing for TV and Video Success
    • Your Turn to Be On Camera
    • How the Media Pros Rehearse Their Interviews
  • Makeup Is For Everyone
    • Here is Why You Need Makeup
    • Makeup Tips Just for Women
    • Makeup Tips Just For Men
    • Preparing Your Own Makeup Routine
    • Establishing Your Makeup System
  • You Can Create The Perfect Media Message
    • Accomplish Your Goals With The Right Message
    • Anticipating the Reporters’ Questions
    • Creating Messages The Media Will Find Irresistible
    • Find the right Message for Your Audience
    • Stress What Is Important to YOU
    • You Have Solved the Problem
    • Results Won’t Speak for Themselves, But You Can
    • The Power Of Your Positive Messaging
    • Brainstorming Your Message Points To Get the Best
    • The Venn Diagram for Messaging Success
    • Summary of Messaging Elements
    • Your Turn to Brainstorm Your Messages
    • Time to Test Your Messages Out Loud
  • Even the Toughest Questions Can Be Answered Easily
    • Never Stress Over the Questions Again
    • Your Turn to Ask Questions
    • Pick the Easiest Question for You
    • Use a Cheat Sheet And Never Get Caught
    • Never Call Yourself a Crook
    • Never Lose a Media Debate By Not Debating
    • Make ‘I Don’t Know’ Your Best Friend
    • Always Be Moving Toward Your Message Points
    • Brief and Bland Can Be Best
    • Three IS the Magic Number
    • The Ultimate Skill – Rewriting the Question
    • You Don’t Have to Control the Interview – Just Control Your Own Mouth
    • And One More Thing…to Avoid
    • Summary of Answering Tactics
    • Demonstrating Your Answering Abilities
  • Get the EXACT Sound Bites and Quotes You Want in Stories
    • The Most Important Part of Your Media Prep
    • Bold, Action Words Will Get You Quoted
    • How Do You Really Feel About This?
    • For Example…
    • Attack!!! Attack!!! Attack!!!
    • Absolutes Are Absolutely Easy to Get Quoted
    • Cliches Might Not Impress Your English Teacher, but…
    • Laugh Your Way to Media Success
    • What Else Is a Great Way to Get Quoted?
    • Analogies Are Your Friends
    • Learning Moment
    • Pop Culture References are Irresistible to Reporters
    • Summary of Top Ten Sound Bite Elements
    • Sounds Bites Are a Means Not an End
    • The Five Potential Outcomes of Every Media Interview
    • The Perfect Media Mindset
    • Test Your Sound Bites
    • Your Turn to Create Sound Bites
    • The Three Simplest Sound Bite Patterns Are…
    • Total Sound Bite Failure
    • Putting Your Sound Bites Together
    • Summary of Course So Far
  • How to Rehearse and Practice Media Interviews
    • How to Rehearse and Practice Media Interviews Overview
    • Finding the Time to Rehearse
    • Video Is the Solution
    • Practicing On Video Is Useless, Unless You Do…
    • Fixate on the Positive
    • Practice on Video
    • Focus On Just One Thing
    • Keep Refining
    • Find a Practice Partner
    • Hold Up the Mirror
  • Assessment Forms to Help You Grade Yourself and Others
    • Here Is the Form I use To Assess Clients’ media Skills
    • Assessment form
    • Posture
    • Eye Contact
    • Clothing
    • Hair
    • Face Movement
    • Head Movement
    • Gestures
    • Body Movement
    • Voice Volume
    • Energy
    • Proper Breathing
    • Variation in Tone
    • Pauses
    • Speaking Speed
    • Confident
    • Comfortable
    • Answer Questions
    • In The Moment
    • Verbal Tics
    • Easy to Understand
    • Easy Transitions
    • Enthusiastic
    • Engaging
    • Worthwhile Message
    • Simple Messages
    • Examples
    • Stories
    • Simple Words
    • Sentence Structure Variation
    • Biz Speak and Fillers
    • Repeat Questions
    • Defensive
    • Promote Cause
    • Most Important, Sound Bites on Message
  • Frequently Asked Media Training Questions
    • Overview to Frequently Asked Questions Section of This Course
    • What Do I Do With My Hands?
    • Do I Have a Face for TV or Radio?
    • Do You Have to Stick to All 3 Messages In Every Answer?
    • Is It OK to Walk Out During Media Interview?
    • What If You Have an Itch During a TV Interview?
    • What Do You Do If Your Earpiece Pops Out During an Interview?
    • What If You Get Thirsty During a Media Interview?
    • Should You Shake the TV Host’s Hand After the Interview?
    • Why Do You Hate Teleprompters?
    • Should You Mention the Reporter By Name During the Interview?
    • Is It OK to Say ‘That’s a Good Question?’
    • What Is the Difference Between People Who are Good at Interviews Versus Great?
    • How Do You Stall a Reporter?
    • What is the difference Between YouTube and Facebook Video?
    • Should You Memorize Your Messages and Sound Bites?
    • What If You Have to Do an Interview In Another Language?
    • What Does Off the Record Mean?
    • How Do You Plan an Ad Lib?
    • What Can I Not Teach People?
    • What does On Background Mean?
    • What Does Not for Attribution Mean?
    • What do You Do If You Were Misquoted?
    • How Do You Decide Whether to Do a Media Interview?
    • What Is the Wrong Thing to Focus On?
    • How Can I Get to Be a TED Speaker?
    • What Do You Do If a Reporter Makes a Factual Mistake?
    • When Is It OK To Say NO Comment?
    • How Do You Establish Ground Rules With Reporters?
    • What Is the Difference Between Media Training and Public Speaking Training?
    • Why Does Skype Video Look so Bad?
    • What Is the Best Video Editing Software?
    • How Did You Get To Be So Smooth and Professional On Camera?
    • What Is My Favorite Medium?
    • Who Is the Best Speaker of All Time?
    • Can You Lie to The News Media?
    • Can You ask Reporters to Read Back Your Quotes to You?
    • Do You Have to Wait for Reporters to Call You?
    • What is the Number One Mistake Most People Make Going Into Interviews?
    • What Are Little Distractions People Make?
    • Do You Get Nervous Before a Media Interview?
    • What Are the Top Three Blunders People Make?
    • What Is the Most Important Thing To Know About Lighting?
    • What Is the Best Video Camera to Use for Media Training?
    • How Can You Be More Concise During a Media Interview?
    • What Is Media Training?
    • What Do You Do If You Are Nervous Before a TV Interview?
    • Where Do You Look During a TV Interview?
    • How do You Tell If Your Media Interview Was Effective?
    • What Do You Do If You Forget What To Say?
    • Should You Wear Glasses During an On-Camera Interview?
    • Should You Take a Beta-Blocker, Drink Alcohol or Use Marijuana Before Interviews
    • How Do You Think On Your Feet During an Interview?
    • What Is the Best Way to Speak Into a Microphone?
    • Should I Say I am Nervous?
    • What Do You Do If You Hate Your Voice?
    • How Do I Get the Questions From the Reporter In Advance?
    • What Happens In a Live Media Training?
    • Are You Born With Great Media Skills Or Are They Learned?
    • How Do You Improve media Skills On a Regular Basis?
    • What Is the Best Way to Dress for a TV Interview?
    • What Do You Do If the Host Keeps Interrupting You?
    • Should I Take Acting Classes?
    • How do You Deal With a Biased Reporter?
  • Advanced Media Training Techniques
    • Overview Of Advanced Media Training Techniques Section
    • The MIc Check Promo
    • Be Super Easy To Get A Hold Of
    • Eliminate Gatekeepers
    • Treat Every Media Contact Like a VIP
    • Look for In-Person Opportunities To Meet the Media
    • Show Up Early
    • Practice Your Craft Every Day
    • Never Pass By a TV Camera
    • Front-load Your Sound Bites
    • Free-styling in Interviews
    • Experiment Until You Find Your Best Medium
    • Don’t Turn Down Media Requests
    • Create and Communicate Daily
    • Test How You Look On Different Formats
    • Advanced Makeup Tip
    • More Sound Bite Tips
    • Don’t Call Media Training ‘Media Training’
    • Salvaging a Bad Press Conference
    • Use Video As Your Default Medium
    • Know How to Make Your Own Video Quickly and Easily
    • Develop a Thick Skin
    • Operate In the Current Media Reality
    • Write One or More Books
  • Crisis Communications Media Training
    • Overview of Crisis Communications Training Section
    • Core Material on Messaging, Sound Bites, Looking Good on Camera, & Teleprompters
    • The Real Difference Between Media Training and Crisis Communications Training
    • Time Is Of the Essence
    • Assemble Your Crisis Communications Team
    • The Negative Side of Positive Thinking
    • The Crisis Has Just Hit
    • Messaging for the Crisis
    • The Three Worst Responses During a Crisis
    • The Best and Safest Answer in Crisis Communications
    • Managing Media Requests During a Crisis
    • Let Lawyers Tell You What NOT to Say, But NOT What TO Say
    • Don’t Try to Control the Media – Control Your Message
    • Lessons from the BP Gulf Oil Spill
    • Yes, You Can Rehearse Even In the Middle of a Crisis
    • Can You Read a Statement On Camera?
    • Can I Just Put Out a Statement and Not answer Questions?
    • Don’t Hide Your Crisis Communications
    • Update the Media Frequently
    • Rehearsal Is Not a Luxury
    • Build Relationships With Reporters Before the Crisis Happens
    • Crisis Communications Conclusion
  • Producing Your Own Talk Head Videos
    • Anything You Can Type You Can Now Speak on Video
    • The Video Advantage In All Your Proposals – Quick Win!
    • Hype Versus Reality – Why Most People Never Create Simple Video
    • Mastering the Human Side Of Looking and Sounding Your Best on Video
    • How This course Will Improve Your Business
    • Your Proposals will Stand Head and Shoulders Above Your Competitors
    • Your Clients Will Find You Their Most Responsive Partner Ever
    • Your Website Can Be Video-Centric
    • Now You Can Answer Frequently Asked Questions Just Once!
    • Talk Your Customers Through Your Whole Business Process
    • Have an Even Greater Presence on YouTube
    • Speak Your Thought Leadership
    • Your Exciting Video Newsletters Will Outshine Text Newsletters
    • Your Client Video Testimonials Will Prove Your Credibility Beyond a Doubt
    • Facebook Live Will Never Scare You Again
    • Project Your Best Face on Skype and Zoom
    • Deliver Keynote Speeches Without Ever Leaving Home
    • Supercharge Your Public Relations Efforts With Video
    • The Crisis Communications Secret Weapon
    • Drastically Reduce Your Time Training Employees and Others
  • Polish Your Media Presence – Eliminate All Unnecessary Verbal Tics and Fillers
    • Master the Quickest, Easiest Way to Eliminate Verbal Tics
    • Now You Know Where the Tics Come From
    • You Are Not Alone
    • Hit the Pin, Not the Sand Trap
    • Don’t Let the Ding A Ling Get You
    • Eliminating the Source of Your Speaking Discomfort Once and For All
    • Appear More Confident By Using Smaller Words
    • You Will Avoid the Data Dump Blues
    • Never Worry About Remembering Again
    • The Number 1 Tip for Eliminating Nerves
    • A Focus Group To Make You Better
  • In-Person and Telephone Interviews With Print and Online Journalists
    • Don’t Relax Just Yet!
    • Core Material on Messaging, Sound Bites, Looking Good on Camera, & Teleprompters
    • A Guaranteed Cheat Sheet
    • The Minders Can’t Help You Once the Interview Starts
    • Don’t Conduct Interviews on Speaker Phone
    • Sound Bites Are More Than Ever
    • Stand During the Interview
    • Offer a Video Statement to Any Reporter interviewing You Over the Phone
  • How To Be a Good Podcast Guest
    • The Difference Between Podcasts and Radio Programs
    • Don’t Always Be Closing
    • Go Deep In Your Podcast Interview
  • Corporate Spokesperson Policies
    • Determining Your Media Policy
    • Employees Need to Be Media Trained
    • Successful Standard Operating Procedures Before any Media Interview Takes Place
  • How to Be a Media Trainer, Coach, Adviser
    • You Can Coach People to Be Great Media Communicators
    • Core Material on Messaging, Sound Bites, Looking Good on Camera, & Teleprompters
    • The Power of the Positive
    • Talking Isn’t Training
    • Questions Aren’t the Most Important Part of the Prep
    • You Have to Help Someone Look and Feel Comfortable First
    • The Perfect Start to a Media Training
    • The Secret Interview
    • Make Just One Improvement
    • Demonstrate Best Practices
    • Using Every Second of the Clock
    • Test the Messages
    • There is Always Time to Rehearse
    • The Importance of a Strong Message
    • Interview Practice the Right Way
    • More Practice, More Improvement
    • Nothing Matters Without Great Sound Bites
    • Time for an Easy Practice
    • Counting Sound Bites
    • Putting All Their Skills Together
    • Ending on a High Note
    • Conclusion on How to Be a Media Trainer, Coach or Consultant
  • How To Use a TelePrompTer
    • Learn the Secret to Communicating Effectively Using a Teleprompter
    • Video Benchmark
    • Learn How to Make Self-Corrections So That You Always Look Great
    • Master the 4 Key Elements That will Make Your Teleprompter Use Seem Effortless
    • The Perfect Speaking Speed for You
    • Alter Your Volume
    • Move Your Head
    • Sometimes You Must Pause
    • All 4 Together
    • Use 2 Prompter Screens In a Way that Nobody Will Notice
    • Full Speech Practice
    • Politician Role Models
    • TV Role Models
    • Potential Disasters
    • Reasons Not to Use a Teleprompter
    • Secrets from Reagan
    • Conclusion to TelePrompTer Section
  • Media Training for Beginners – No Experience or Bravery Necessary
    • Overview of Media Training for Beginners
    • Secrets to Creating Captivating Messages
    • Answering Questions
    • Creating Sound Bites
    • Save Time With This Cheat Sheet
    • Looking Good on TV
    • Conclusion to Media Training for Beginners
  • Emergency Media Training: How to Face a Reporter In 2 Hours
    • Here is How to Get Exactly What You Want
    • Whatever You Do, Don’t Do This!
    • You Can Create a Winning Message
    • How to Make the Media Find You Fascinating
    • Message for Audience
    • Final Message
    • Message Test
    • Answering Questions
    • Creating Sound Bites
    • Video Practice and Conclusion
    • Emergency Extra Tips
  • How to Host Your Own Podcast
    • Learning the Secret of Being a Podcasting Host
    • You Will Sound Interesting When the Topic Truly Interests You
    • Picking the Right Podcasting Format for You
    • It is OK to Cheat This Way
    • Learn Your Strengths and Weaknesses in Excruciating Detail This Way
    • Critiquing Your Voice
    • 2nd Critique
    • Conclusion to Podcasting
  • How to Be a Great Radio Guest
    • Be a Star Guest for Any Radio Interview
    • Core Material on Messaging, Sound Bites, Looking Good on Camera, & Teleprompters
    • Knowing Exactly What You Want Before Every Radio Interview
    • Creating Messages That are Important and Interesting to You, Host and Audience
    • Mastering the Art of the Sound Bite
    • Becoming a Great Guest
    • Using Phones the Right Way
    • Studio versus Phones
    • Be Ready for Attacks
    • 1st Rehearsal
    • Air Checks
    • Conclusion to How to Be a Great Radio Guest
  • Media Training for Press Conferences
    • You Can Control Your Message and Your Image at Press Conferences
    • Core Material on Messaging, Sound Bites, Looking Good on Camera, & Teleprompters
    • Reach Your Goals after Every Press Conference
    • You Will Look confident Because You Will Never Read Your Speech
    • The Backdrop Will Enhance Your Message
    • Give a Great Speech by Doing This
    • Here is How to Coddle TV Reporters
    • Why It Won’t Matter if Nobody Shows
    • Video Rehearsal
    • Conclusion for Media Training for Press Conferences
  • How to Improve and Get More Comfortable With Your Own Voice
    • The Real Key to Using Your Vocal Instrument
    • You already Have a Better Voice Than These People
    • Learn the Biggest Secret to finding the Strengths and Weaknesses of Your Voice
    • Diagnosis of Your Own Voice
    • Feedback from Others
    • Defining Your Exact Problems
    • Listen to Natural Conversation
    • Practice Again and Record
    • Don’t Lower Your Voice
    • Practice on Video
    • Other Techniques
    • Conclusion for this Voice Section
  • How To Speak Effectively On Your Own YouTube Channel
    • How to Create a Digital TV Network Overview – YouTube Marketing
    • Create a Winning Editorial
    • Here is How to Start Your Network Today – YouTube Marketing
    • The Best Style for You Is…
    • Editing Options
    • Blunders to Avoid
    • Promoting Your Channel
    • Adding Graphics
    • Determining Your Business Model
    • Concluding Tips
  • How to Use Online Video to Deliver a Virtual Speech
    • You Can Give Keynote Speeches Virtually
    • Live or Recorded
    • Tech Requirements
    • Tech at Conference
    • How to Deliver
    • Performance Tips
    • Your Speaking Goals
    • Stories
    • 1st Video Rehearsal
    • Conclusion
    • Extra Demo Lecture
  • Using Video to Pitch the Media – Video PR
    • The Secret to Selling Yourself to TV Producers and Bookers – Public Relations
    • Your Technology Needs Are SIMPLE
    • Breaking News Is Your Ticket to Getting on the Air – Public Relations
    • Example of A Video on Breaking News
    • Planned News Events
    • Video Press Releases – Public Relations
    • Evergreen Content Video
    • Audition Video
    • Example of Audition Video
    • Video Record Your Interviews
    • Extra Performance Skills
    • Concluding Thoughts
  • How to Be a Government Spokesperson or Public Information Officer
    • Communicating Your Messages Successfully, On a Daily Basis
    • Core Material on Messaging, Sound Bites, Looking Good on Camera, & Teleprompters
    • Message
    • Answering Questions
    • Getting the Exact Quotes You Want
    • Homework
    • Conclusion
  • Media Training for Authors
    • Become a Media Expert Through Regular and Frequent Media Appearances
    • Core Material on Messaging, Sound Bites, Looking Good on Camera, & Teleprompters
    • Realize Nobody Cares about Your Book, And That Is OK
    • You Can Create a Winning Message for the Topic of the Day
    • Create a Gimmick
    • The Talk Show Host Won’t Read Your Book And It Doesn’t Matter
    • You Can Become the Media
    • Expertise Not Authorship
    • How Often to Mention the Book
    • How Authors Can Look Good on TV
    • Message from Your Book
    • Conclusion for Author Media Training
  • Media Training for Financial Service Professionals
    • You Can Promote Your Business and Brand In the Financial News Media
    • Core Material on Messaging, Sound Bites, Looking Good on Camera, & Teleprompters
    • Media Training for Financial Service Professionals Jim Cramer Energy
    • Media Training for Financial Service Professionals Initiate Content and Contact
    • Media Training for Financial Service Professionals Avoid Complexity
    • Conclusion
  • Media Training for Political Candidates
    • Why are you running for office?
    • Candidate Top 3 Messages
    • Core Material on Messaging, Sound Bites, Looking Good on Camera, & Teleprompters
    • The One Big Secret to Beating an Incumbent
    • Candidate The Stump Speech
    • Media Tactics
    • Conclusion
  • Media Training for Doctors and Healthcare Officials
    • Ovierview
    • Simplify Complex Medical Issues
    • Clothes
    • Conclusion
  • Media Training for Oil, Gas, and Energy Executives
    • Overview
    • How to Frame Your Message
    • Core Material on Messaging, Sound Bites, Looking Good on Camera, & Teleprompters
    • Oil and Gas Answering Questions
    • Oil and Gas Sound Bites
    • How to Rehearse in 60 Seconds
    • Social Media
    • Speed
    • Photos
    • Non-Accident Crises
    • Conclusion
  • Crisis Media Training for the Aviation Industry
    • Intro
    • Core Material on Messaging, Sound Bites, Looking Good on Camera, & Teleprompters
    • Crisis Communications Overview
    • You Will Control How You Look and Sound on TV
    • 4 Goals
    • Creating Your Message
    • Distributing Your Message
    • The Biggest Blunders to Avoid
    • 1st Crisis Scenario
    • Conclusion
  • How to Communicate Effectively When Creating Your Own Online Video Courses
    • Intro
    • The Best Topic for You
    • Elephant in the Room
    • Standing Out in The Virtual Classroom Technology
    • Standing Out in The Virtual Classroom Technology
    • Video Rehearsal
    • Video Length
    • Interactivity
    • Structure
    • Conclusion
  • Advanced Insights on How to Create Your Own Online Courses – Blunders to Avoid
    • Here Is How To Avoid a Half a Million Dollar Mistake
    • Everything You Need to Be Successful Is Right In Front of You
    • Ready. Fire. Aim. Don’t Let This Be You
    • Avoid Being the Greedy Pig That Gets Slaughtered
    • The Online Training World Is Its Own Unique, Weird Little World
    • Nurturing a Great Relationship with Udemy
    • Wild Goose Chases To Avoid
    • Avoiding Production Blunders That Could Destroy You
    • Not Looking and Sounding Like An Idiot
    • Develop an S.O.P. And Don’t Be An SAP
    • Become a Trusted Adviser to Your Students
    • Your Courses Will Evolve and Grow, Not Shrink and Die
    • Strategic Blunders to Run From
    • Conclusion – Your Clear Path to Success in Online Course Creation
  • How To Make Really Simple Talking Head Videos
    • Overview
    • Goals
    • Messages
    • Cheat Sheet
    • Technology
    • Looking Good on Camera
    • Practice
    • Focus on Just One Thing
    • Focus on 2nd Thing
    • Record Til You Are Happy
    • Feedback from Peers
    • Conclusion
  • How to Be a Talk Show Host
    • Intro
    • Format
    • Your Role Models
    • Technical Issues
    • How to Get to Be a Talk Show Host
    • 1st Video Practice
    • 2nd Video Practice
    • Focus on Guests
    • Good Guest Versus Good Host
    • TelePrompTer
    • Regular Schedule and Feedback
    • Conclusion
  • On-Camera Skills for TV Reporters and News Anchors
    • TelePrompter
    • Intro
    • Comfort
    • Visuals
    • On-Camera Interviews
    • TelePrompter Overview
    • Conclusion
  • How to Conduct Interviews
    • Intro
    • Person and Topic
    • Everyone Is a Journalist These Days
    • Research the Guest
    • Looking Good on Video
    • How to Ask Questions
    • YouTube Posting
    • Conclusion
  • How to Be a Pundit or News Analyst
    • Intro
    • History
    • Core Principles
    • Create Opinions
    • Sound Bites
    • Idea Distribution
    • The Perfect Press Release
    • How to Look Good on TV
    • Daily YouTube
  • Housekeeping Issues
    • Housekeeping Issues Overview
    • Who Is TJ Walker?
    • The Real Secret to Getting Value from This Course
    • All of Your Questions Will Be Answered
    • My First Time on TV as ‘The Fonz’
    • Ratings!
  • Extra Videos
    • Here is a Long Form Summary of All Essential Media Training Principles
    • Here is a Long Form Summary of all Crisis Communication Training Principles
    • New Update – You Should Get on the TikTok App Now
  • Conclusion
    • Concluding for Now, But Not Good Bye
    • Ongoing Support
    • This Course has a Companion YouTube Channel
    • Keep Experimenting With the Media
    • You Have a Say so In Improving This Course
    • Congratulations, You Are Are Now Ready to Be a Master of the Media
  • New Extra Course – Video Conferencing Zoom Skype WebEX Tech Presentation Skills
    • Quick Win! Here is How to Look Your Best in Front of a Video Camera
    • Setting the meeting objective — a critical factor to success
    • Coronavirus Update and Impact on Video Conferencing
    • Learn How Video Conference Meetings Are the Same & Different From Other Meetings
    • Online Video Conferencing Is Just One More Simple Tool for Communicating
    • You Must Learn How Your Platform Works BEFORE The Conference Starts
    • Learning the Different Platforms
    • How To Start A Zoom Meeting
    • How To JOIN A Meeting on ZOOM
    • How To Schedule A Zoom Meeting
    • How To Share Your Screen In Zoom
    • How To Use The Additional Features in Zoom
    • How To Set Up A Virtual BAckground In Zoom
    • The Favorite Thing I Like About Zoom
    • How To START UP Web Ex
    • How To Start or Join A Meeting On Web Ex
    • How To Connect To A Web Ex Enabled Device
    • How To Configure Settings And Preferences In Web Ex
    • Start A New CONVERSATION In Skype
    • How To Start A New CHAT In Skype
    • How To Use The Chat FUNCTIONS In Skype
    • How To Make International, Mobile and Landline Calls and Buy Skype Credits
    • How To Use The Meet Now Function of Skype
    • Where To Configure Your Settings In Skype
    • Do NOT Hide Behind Slides – Show Your Face on the Video Meeting
    • Never Be Nervous Again on Camera
    • Follow These Tips To Look Your Very Best on Camera for Your Next Meeting
    • This Is Why You Should NOT Use Teleprompters or Read Scripts
    • This Is What You Should Wear for a Video Conference
    • Create the best lighting and angle for your video presence
    • The Biggest Distraction Can Be…
    • Solutions for Your Backdrop
    • What Is the Best Video Camera to Use for Online Meetings?
    • Microphones to the Rescue
    • Speakers, Headphones, Earpieces and More
    • Use the Best Possible Internet Connection Possible
    • Don’t Talk about the Technology, Just Use the Technology
    • Fundamentals of Effective Online Presentations
    • Tips for Using Visuals In Online Meetings
    • What If I am Not Hosting the Online Meeting But Might Have to Speak?
    • What Should My last Minute Checklist Include?
    • How Long Should a Video Meeting Last?
    • How do I Fix Problems with My Voice on a Video Conference?
    • Should You Memorize Your Online Presentation?
    • What If You Hate the Sound of Your Own Voice?
    • How Do You Reduce Background Noise?
    • What Else Can I do to Reduce Distractions During a Video Conference Meeting?
    • This Is What You Must Do If You Really Want to Pass With Flying Colors
    • One last Chance to Get Your Questions and Suggestions Responded To
    • Here Is How You Can Get your Certificate of Completion for this Course
    • One Last Chance to Make This Course Better for Your Permanent Learning Library
    • Congrats! You Are Now Prepared to Communicate Effectively in Online Meetings
    • Bonus Lecture

 

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