Media Training: Looking Good on TV- Preparing for the Camera
Media Training: Looking Good on TV- Preparing for the Camera, Media Training: Know how to look comfortable, confident and relaxed anytime you appear on video or TV.
Media Training. Imagine yourself going on TV, knowing you look your absolute best. You come across with complete confidence and authority. You are as relaxed on live national TV as you are having a conversation with your best friend.
This can be you, after you have been properly media trained by a Media Training master
This course will teach you every aspect of how to look your best on TV or Video. You will learn all the fundamentals on how to sit, stand, gesture and look comfortable and confident. We are moving to a video-centric world. You can know how to come across as professional and as a ‘natural’ anytime you have to opportunity to be on TV or a part of a video production.
Why waste even one more day where you could end of on TV looking nervous or stiff? Sign up for this Media Trainingcourse now.
There is a 100% Money-Back Guarantee for this Media Training course. And the instructor also provides an enhanced guarantee.
What will students achieve or be able to do after taking this Media Training course?
- Looking comfortable on TV
- Appearing confident on video
- Understanding body Language for TV
- Feeling relaxed in front of a camera
What do Udemy students say about this Media Training Course?
“5 Stars! I took this course not so much for appearances on TV but for online video productions and communications. This course is a must for Udemy instructors reluctant to appear on video. For me, the content was a refresher of what I had learned from TV appearances in the past century. Excellent instructor! Content was comprehensive, beyond my expectations.” Barbara Tomlin
“5 Stars! Precise, right to the point and practical. Thank you.” Wessam Adib
“5 Stars! Great tips and tricks! You can tell the author knows what he is talking about. It is engaging, funny at times and very well put together.” Ayda Walsh