Here’s an easy tip for how to prepare for a TV interview. I want you to think about it as a first date. You’re using some of the same communication skills as you do when you’re trying not to say too much or two little with the other person.
In this episode of Help with Video, you’ll learn how to achieve this balance. You’ll also learn how to speak in soundbites for your TV interview.
When you are able to effectively communicate in a TV interview, you’re more likely to be used again as a guest or an expert.
As someone who spent more than 10 years as a TV news reporter and anchor, I understand what has to happen on both sides of the microphone.
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Ken Okel spent more than a decade in TV news, where he picked up a tip or two about video. As a natural communicator, he’s able to easily explain these principles. You may also know Ken from his presentations at conventions and conferences, where he teaches leaders how to become more productive.
Ken Okel decided to share what he’s learned about video after he heard of too many people spending too much money for poor results. That’s why Ken has started this ongoing video series, designed to give you the ability to make quality YouTube videos on your own.
Why not promote your business with video? With Ken, you’re given easy how-to steps that can apply to any budget. Keep in mind that your competition is likely thinking about doing the same thing. Why not beat them to the punch?
Want more? Check out Ken’s ebook, “Mastering Video.”