Media Training for Beauty Pageant Contestants

TJ Walker, Public Speaking and Media Training Expert

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50 Lessons (1h 31m)
    • 1. Media Training for Beauty Pageant Contestants Video Overview

      2:59
    • 2. Review Pageant Footage

      1:59
    • 3. What are Your Media Training Goals

      2:37
    • 4. Look Your Best on TV Overview

      2:59
    • 5. Apply Makeup for TV Interviews

      4:00
    • 6. Sit for TV Interviews

      2:03
    • 7. Smile for TV Interviews

      2:40
    • 8. Move Your Head for Video Interviews

      2:05
    • 9. Use Your Eyes During a TV Interview

      2:29
    • 10. Move Your Body for TV Interviews

      1:44
    • 11. Move Your Hands When You Speak

      6:11
    • 12. Sit in Your Chair for TV Interviews

      1:12
    • 13. Stand for TV Interviews

      1:07
    • 14. Dress for TV Interviews

      2:51
    • 15. Frame a Media Message

      2:08
    • 16. A Media Message Answers all Basic Questions

      1:12
    • 17. Media Messages Must be Interesting to Reporters

      1:36
    • 18. Media Messages Must Resonate with Media Audience

      1:44
    • 19. Your Media Message Needs to Benefit You

      1:22
    • 20. Three is the Perfect Number of Media Messages

      1:42
    • 21. Media Messages using a Venn Diagram

      1:51
    • 22. Have a Positive Media Message

      1:06
    • 23. Add Quantifiable Results to Your Media Message Media Training

      0:47
    • 24. What Problem are you solving

      1:02
    • 25. Answer Questions in a Media Interview Overview Media Training

      1:47
    • 26. Answer One Question at a Time

      1:55
    • 27. Keep Your Eyes on Your Message Points

      1:39
    • 28. Do Not Repeat Negative Words from a Reporter

      1:03
    • 29. Tell Reporters 'I Don't Know'

      2:38
    • 30. Always Be Moving toward Your Message Points

      0:56
    • 31. Give Brief Answers to Tough Questions Media Training

      1:41
    • 32. Re Write the Reporter's Questions in Media Interview

      3:30
    • 33. Aim for All Three Messages In Every Answer

      4:02
    • 34. Don't try to Control the Interview

      1:29
    • 35. Sound Bite Tools: Bold Action Words

      0:49
    • 36. Sound Bite Tools: Reporters Love Cliches

      1:40
    • 37. Sound Bite Tools: Emotion

      0:51
    • 38. Sound Bite Tools: Give Specific Examples

      0:37
    • 39. Sound Bite Tools: Absolutes

      0:42
    • 40. Sound Bite Tools: Attacks

      2:02
    • 41. Sound Bite Tools: Humor

      1:15
    • 42. Sound Bite Tools: Rhetorical Questions

      0:35
    • 43. Sound Bite Tools: Analogies

      0:44
    • 44. Sound Bite Tools: Pop Culture References

      0:41
    • 45. Three Easiest Sound Bite Tools

      1:31
    • 46. Sound Bite Homework

      0:50
    • 47. More Sound Bite Practice

      1:14
    • 48. Final Interview Practice

      1:39
    • 49. Give and Get Feedback

      1:18
    • 50. Conclusion

      1:58