If you’re seeking publicity, it’s important that you feel very confident about your ability to not only handle media interviews, but to ROCK them!
Every time you have the opportunity to be interviewed by a journalist or a TV or radio producer, you want to make the most of it.
If you have had some media interviews, but they could have gone better or you didn’t seem to engage the show host or audience as well as you would have liked to, there is more that you can do.
If you have not been on a lot of media interviews with experienced journalists and TV and radio hosts, and you have never received proper media training, there is a lot that you need to know.
Join me for the free webinar that I created to help you…
In this webinar, I will cover:
- what the media wants from you;
- why you need clear messaging BEFORE your interviews;
- top 3 mistakes to avoid in media interviews;
- what you need to know about a media outlet before you do an interview;
- 6 things to do to rock every interview;
- what will get you asked back onto TV and radio shows.
Whether you’re a beginner or you’re more experienced, this media training class will quickly elevate your ability to handle media interviews smoothly and to make the most of every interview.
Here’s to your fantastic interviews!
This post was written by Lisa Elia, a media trainer and communication and PR expert. The founder and CEO of Expert Media Training and Elia Erickson Consulting, Lisa trains clients for media interviews and presentations. She also coaches people who want to promote themselves through publicity and provides communication tips and business strategy. She has been interviewed and shared her expertise with national media outlets that include:To access Lisa's no-cost webinar, Rock Every Media Interview, click here.
For people who want to learn how to handle their own publicity, she created the affordable program, Becoming Popular: How to Get Yourself Great Media Coverage. She also offers a private Strategy into Action Coaching Program as well as the 10-Day Communication Clean-up.