Media Training: Look Your Best-Get the Exact Quotes You Want

Media Training: Look Your Best-Get the Exact Quotes You Want

Media Training: Look Your Best-Get the Exact Quotes You Want

Media Training: How to Look Your Best on Camera, Shape a Media Message, Answer Questions and Speak in Sound Bites

Language: english

Note: 4.6/5 (249 notes) 21,412 students

Instructor(s): TJ Walker

Last update: 2022-12-13

What you’ll learn

  • Look confident on camera
  • Get the exact quotes you desire
  • Control your message
  • Answer questions skillfully
  • Be media training proficient
  • Selling with Stories
  • Virtual Sales Presentations
  • Pitching Yourself
  • Remote Selling
  • How to Communicate messages through the media

 

Requirements

  • a webcam or smart phone that captures video
  • a desire to communicate exact messages during media interivews

 

Description

Media Training – You can come across as comfortable, confident and relaxed on TV–even when facing tough questions or a crisis! Imagine knowing that you are going to get the exact message, quotes and sound bites you want in every media interview. Careers are made and lost by good and bad media interview performances. Why risk even one more day when you could be asked to face the media without knowing how the game works?


For more than 30 years, TJ Walker has conducted media training for Presidents of countries, Prime Ministers, and CEOs of publicly traded companies on how to speak to the media effectively. Now, you can learn from the same insights at a fraction of the cost.


You will learn every aspect of media training including how to look your best on camera (and not let it add 20 pounds to your body). You will master the art of messaging, answering questions, and most important, how to package and deliver sound bites. After completing this course, you will know how to get the exact quotes or sound bites you want in every interview.

Enroll in the Media Training course today.

There is a 100% Money-Back Guarantee for this media training course. And the instructor also provides an enhanced guarantee.

What do students say about media training expert, TJ Walker?

“5 Stars! I would highly recommend this course for anyone seeking to learn all of the basics (and many of the advanced) techniques for performing well in front of the camera. The biggest value is that the instructor pushes you out of your comfort zone and forces you to actually start practicing on video. That’s how you will grow and gain.” Udemy student Wyatt Tessari

“5 Stars! TJ models the advice he gives. There are many short videos here–watching them all gives you a great overview of everything you need to be paying attention to.” Udemy student Jean

“5 Stars! There’s not enough good for me to say about this course and how TJ Walker handles his students. Very engaging and you will without a doubt walk away better than you came in.” Jerome Harrod II

“5 Stars! I have been acquainted with TJ and his expertise for a couple of years and have enjoyed and shared what I have learned from him. This is a very tight and to the point course that I might call “Media Boot Camp.” TJ covers all of the bases and presents the material in a way that anyone in any business or profession can use. Five stars for this one!” Udemy student John F Sase, Ph.D.

“5 Stars! TJ Walker is an excellent tutor. The course is well constructed. He is really funny and makes the course enjoyable.” Udemy student Selina Selina

“5 Stars! Easy to follow, practical, usable tips. Applicable homework assignments.” Udemy student Derek Gatta

“5 Stars! Excellent course.” Udemy student Tony Gonzales

“5 Stars! Expertly presented and easy to follow along with.” Udemy student Anthony Tong Lee


What others say about media training expert TJ Walker:

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

(TJ Walker’s Media Training Worldwide) “The world’s leading presentation and media training firm.” Gregg Jarrett, Fox News Channel Anchor


 

Who this course is for

  • Business executives
  • Authors
  • Experts
  • Civic Leaders
  • Executives involved with Virtual Sales Presentations
  • Executives who must do Remote Selling
  • Spokespersons

 

Course content

  • Before We Start, Here Is How To Get the Most Out of this Course
    • Before We Start, Here is the #1 Tip to Improving Your Media Training Skills
    • Please Introduce Yourself
    • Your Questions Will Be Answered Here
  • You Can Control Your Image and Your Message
    • Here is How to Accomplish Exactly What you Want in the Media
    • First Media Video Recording
    • Exciting New Update to this Course
  • How to Look Your Best On Camera
    • 7 Steps For Getting the Most Out of this Course
    • How to Look Your Best on TV – Media Training Overview
    • How to Apply Makeup for TV Interviews
    • How to Sit for TV Interviews
    • How to Smile for TV Interviews
    • How to Use Your Eyes During a TV Interview
    • How to Move Your Head for Video Interviews
    • How to Move Your Body for TV Interviews
    • How to Move Your Hands for TV Interviews
    • How to Sit in Your Chair for TV Interviews
    • How to Stand for TV Interviews
    • How to Dress for TV Interviews
    • Video Record and See Your Improvement
    • How to Critique Your Own Video Performance
    • Become a Better Media Communicator by Critiquing Others
  • How to Develop a Winning Message
    • How to Frame a Media Message – Media Training
    • A Media Message Answers all Basic Questions
    • Media Messages Must be Interesting to Reporters
    • Media Messages Must Resonate with Media Audience
    • Your Media Message Needs to Benefit You
    • Three is the Perfect Number of Media Messages
    • Media Messages using a Venn Diagram
    • Have a Positive Media Message
    • Add Quantifiable Results to Your Media Message
    • What Problem are you solving, Media Message
    • Assignment – Create your own Media Message
    • Video Record Your Message
    • Get People to Do What You Want by Asking the Right Way
  • Answering Questions in a media Interview
    • Halfway Through the Course, Are There Any Questions?
    • How to Answer Questions in a Media Interview Overview
    • Answer One Question at a Time
    • Keep Your Eyes on Your Message Points
    • Do Not Repeat Negative Words from a Reporter
    • Tell Reporters ‘I Don’t Know’ Media Training
    • Always Be Moving toward Your Message Points
    • Give Brief Answers to Tough Questions
    • Aim for All Three Messages In Every Answer
    • Re-Write the Reporter’s Questions in Media Interviews
    • Don’t Add One more thing at the End of the Interview
    • Don’t try to Control the Interview
    • Practice Answering Questions
  • Speaking in Sound Bites
    • What is a Sound Bite Overview
    • Sound Bites Bold Action Words
    • Sound Bites Reporters Love Cliches
    • Sound Bites Emotion
    • Sound Bites Give Specific Examples
    • Sound Bites Absolutes
    • Sound Bites Attacks
    • Sound Bite Tools Humor
    • Sound Bite Tools Rhetorical Questions
    • Sound Bite Tools Analogies
    • Sound Bite Tools Pop Culture References
    • Three Easiest Sound Bite Tools
    • Reflections on Sound Bites
    • The 5 Outcomes of Every Media Interview
    • You Must Ask for Criticism to Improve Your Communication Skills
    • Record Your Sound Bites
    • Sound Bite Homework
    • More Sound Bite Practice
    • Video Record Your Interview
    • Final Interview Practice
    • Final Recorded Interview
    • To Pass This Course You Must Do This
    • Media Assessment Checklist
    • Conclusion
  • EXTRA VIDEOS
    • How to Eliminate Nerves Before TV Interviews
    • How to Tell if Your Media Interview Was Effective
    • If You Forget What to Say During a TV Interview
    • Should You Wear Glasses for a TV Interview
    • How to Look Good for Your Skype Video Interview
    • How to Make a YouTube Video Via Webcam
    • What is Media Training?
    • 5 Step Walker Method for Media Training
    • Should you take beta-blockers or alcohol before TV Interviews
    • How to Speak Into a Microphone
    • How to Think on your Feet for Media Interviews
    • Crisis Communications, How to Talk to the Media
    • Emergency Preparation for Media Interviews
    • Media Interviews, How to Get the Questions in Advance
    • Media Stars Enjoy Interviews
    • Worst Television Interview Ever!
    • How to Give a Great Radio Interview Over the Phone
    • Top Three Media Interview Mistakes
    • What if You Hate Your Voice for Media Interviews
    • How to do a Satellite TV Interview
    • What Makes Great Media Communicators Great
    • How to Use a TelePrompTer for TV Newscasts
    • Never say ‘No Comment’ the Media
    • How to avoid saying uh and um on TV interviews
    • What is the Difference Between Mediocre Media Training and Great Media Training
    • How to Stall a Reporter During an Interview
    • What Ground Rules Should Media Interviews Have
    • Should You Memorize Your Media Messages for TV Interviews
    • What Equipment do you need to Conduct a Media Training
    • What is the Best Video Camera for Making Internet Videos
    • Media Skills are Learned, not Bred
    • Which Media Form, Radio, TV, Text is most effective
    • Media Training Tips for Talk Radio
    • What if a Reporter Misquotes You
    • How to Brainstorm Media Messages
    • What to do if Reporters are stupid, lazy or dumb
    • Don’t Wait for Reporters to Ask Questions
    • How to Turn Sound bites on and Off
    • How and When to be a Sound Bite Machine
    • Media Interview Tips, Return Reporters’ Phone Calls
    • Never Act Defensive in a Media Interview
    • Don’t lie to the media | Media Training
    • How to Stall for Time if a Reporter Calls
    • When to Speak Off the Record with Reporters
    • Don’t Time Stamp Your Media Answers
    • How to Fight Media Bias | Media Training
    • Don’t ask Reporters to Read Back Your Quotes
    • Don’t Wait for Reporters to Call You
    • Crisis Communications, Don’t Let Lawyers Run the Show
    • How the Media Can Make or Break Your Career
    • Time to Give TJ a Piece of Your Mind
  • Housekeeping Matters
    • One Last Chance to Make This Course Better for Your Permanent Learning Library
    • Who is TJ Walker?
    • $10,000 Guarantee This Course Will Make You a Better Communicator
    • Update – You Should Get on the TikTok App Now
  • Course Update
    • Update to Media Training: Look Your Best-Get the Exact Quotes You Want
  • Student Questions with Video Answers from TJ
    • How to Make Sure a Media Message is Interesting to the Media
    • What if a Reporter Calls for a Quick Sound Bite?
    • Here Is How You Can Get your Certificate of Completion for this Course
    • If You Like to Learn by Reading
  • Student Questions Answered Here
    • How to Become More Polished? Media Training Look Your Best-
    • How to Look Comfortable Speaking On Camera and Off
    • How Can You Help Me with My Strategy for Messaging in Meetings
    • How Can I Look Better for YouTube and Be More Quotable
    • How to make a technical point without getting too technical?
    • I’m from South Africa. I would like to learn more about how confident?
    • I tend to ramble and often lack knowing how to communicate a focused point
    • What I want to do is to become a great media trainer
    • How to Answer Media Questions Unrelated to Scheduled Topic
    • How Can I Be a Better Sport PR Media Trainer
    • Bonus Lecture

 

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