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Are you interested in a career as a TV Presenter?
Some TV Presenters get the luxury of traveling the world, meeting famous people and connecting with a worldwide audience. It’s a dream job for many but it’s extremely competitive to get into TV. How do you stand out?
This course will teach you the ins and outs of how to become a professional TV Presenter.
Taught by leading media experts with over 25 years of experience and thousands of hours in front of the camera.
Regardless of your current level, this course will provide you insights on the tips and techniques you need to present effectively. And most importantly, show you how to develop a committed mental attitude with drive and determination.
Our Promise to You
By the end of this course, you will have the knowledge to explore a career as a TV Presenter.
30 Day Money Back Guarantee. If you are unsatisfied for any reason, simply contact us and we’ll give you a full refund. No questions asked.
Get started today and learn how to be an effective TV Presenter!
Section 1 - Introduction
Introduction To Presenting
The 8 Second Rule
Smiling & Eye Contact
Building A Relationship With The Camera
Section 2 - Essential Presenter Tips And Techniques
Dealing With Nerves
Upping The Energy
Positioning Yourself – Do’s & Don’ts
Section 3 - TV Presenter Vocal Delivery
Your Voice Part 1 – INTRODUCTION
Your Voice Part 2 – TONALITY
Your Voice Part 3 – SPEED
Your Voice Part 4 – THE PAUSE
Section 4 - Getting Ready To Present
Essential Tips On Camera Presentation
EXERCISE ONE – Delivering Your First PTC
Section 5 - The Teleprompter
Introduction To The Teleprompter
The Teleprompter – Getting Started
The Teleprompter – Summary
EXERCISE – The Teleprompter Sessions
Section 6 - Talk Back
Introduction To The Talk Back
Talk Back – Getting Started
Talk Back – Summary
Talk Back Demonstration Without Hearing The Director’s Cues
Talk Back Demonstration: Hearing Cues From A Director
Talk Back Practical Exercise
Section 7 - Interview Technique
Interview Technique Part 1
Preparation & Control
Interview Technique – Summary
Section 8 - Location Presenting & Reporting
Introduction To Presenting On Location
Location Presenting – Part 1
Location Presenting – Part 2
Location Presenting – Part 3
Section 9 - VOX Pops
Introduction To VOX Pops
Vox Pops – Body Langauge
VOX Pops – Do’s & Don’ts – Part 1
VOX Pops – Do’s & Don’ts – Part 2
Section 10 - How To Learn A Script
Introduction & Overview To Learning Scripts
Section 11 - Roles Of The TV Production Crew
The Various Roles The Production Crew Have
Section 12 - TV Jargon - Explained
TV Terminology Explained
Section 13 - Equipment Used In The Industry
Equipment Commonly Used In The Industry & What It Does
Section 14 - Career Guidance
Frequently Asked Questions