How to survive a media interview – watch out for over-confidence

How to survive a media interview - watch out for over-confidence

“Be very clear about exactly what points you want to get across and, regardless of the question (or in the context of the question) deliver them very early and then keep repeating them so there is nothing else left to edit.”

In this next post in the “How to survive a media interview” series we take a look at the experiences shared on LinkedIn by my good friend and colleague Mark Orr, business supremo and philanthropist in my locality in the south midlands of England. [Read more…]

How to survive a media interview – down the line, radio

Hopefully you have – or will – read the earlier articles in this series, i.e. why to do media interviews in the first place, how to familiarize yourself with the genre, and how to handle yourself in a live studio interview.

How to survive a media interview - down the line, etc

If you’re interviewed “down the line” you do not have to get dressed up, avoid wearing jangly bracelets or watches, or worry about looking over at the presenter who is asking you questions.

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How to survive a media interview – how to handle yourself

If you have read the previous two articles in this series – on why do media interviews in the first place and how to familiarize yourself with the genre – you should be about ready to get in there and go on air! Here are some tips on how to handle yourself during the interview itself, and how to recognize and understand the techniques the interviewer is likely to use.

How to survive a media interview - how to handle yourself

Concentrate as hard as you can on the interviewer and what s/he is asking you.

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