Presenting and Interviewing for TV
Delivered by one of the UK’s top broadcast journalists, this four-day course focuses on improving and developing the technical and practical skills of presenting in live studios.
The course will take place at the news studios in MediaCityUK, which offer autocue, multi-cameras and green screen technologies. You will learn the key elements of preparing and delivering good broadcast interviews and how to conduct these live on air.
There will be expert advice from professional TV presenters or newsreaders and you will be able to record a new bulletin which can be edited into a showreel for future use.
Please register interest below and we will keep you updated
This course focuses on improving and developing technical and practical skills of presenting in live studios. The course will take place at the news studios in MediaCityUK, which offer autocue, multi-cameras and green screen technologies.
You will develop the necessary presentation skills for presenting to camera, reading autocue, writing scripts and talking to time. The course will also cover choosing and writing questions for enhanced interview techniques in a range of situations.
The course will offer analysis of good broadcast interviews and how to conduct these live on air. It looks at the equipment you will need, how to set up and light your interview and make the best of the location and how to ask the right questions. Expert advice will be provided by professional TV presenters or newsreaders.
You will record a number of news bulletins, which can be recorded and analysed with constructive feedback. These can then be edited into a showreel for future use. By the end of the short course, students will be able to write and present news scripts to camera, both in the studio and on location. They will be able to operate under pressure with talkback through an earpiece, ad-lib to time and conduct professional interviews.
Andrew Lindsay Andrew Lindsay is a writer and broadcaster who has worked at network and international level for the BBC and ITV. He is based in Manchester and London.
Working as a TV presenter
Presenting and Interviewing on Location
|Date||Venue||Price from:||Status||Spaces||Book Now||Enquire|
- On successful completion of the course the student will be able to:
- Critically analyse how a newsreader operates in live arena
- Demonstrate an in-depth understanding of and expertise in the use of live reporting
- Demonstrate an understanding of a live studio environment
- Utilise digital methods and techniques to a high professional standard
- Identify appropriate methods of interview techniques to conduct professional live interviews
- Demonstrate identify and critically evaluate the benefits of managing live interviews and working in a studio to fixed time
- Research, interview, write and present news in a live studio to a high professional standard.
Who should attend?
This course is ideal for industry professionals wanting to enhance their skills as TV presenters and/or interviewers in the studio or on location.