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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

Project Description

Record Yourself Practicing for Beauty Pageants

Once you are part of the beauty pageant circle, you need to be 'camera ready' more often than not. One way that you can guarantee that you will be is to practice. Completing this project will go a long way to being ready.

For this project, you will need to record yourself multiple times on video.

When you have completed this project, you will be able to:

  • Speak well in front of pageant judges and the media
  • Appear poised and confident in front of TV cameras
  • Craft messages and speak in sound bites

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