As publicists, one of our main roles after booking a TV interview for a client is to help train and prepare them for their on-air segment. Often times, clients express nervousness prior to appearing in front of the camera, especially after learning that the interview is live (yup, that means no do-overs!). And while the Read more about Television Interviews Gone Wrong and How To Fix Them[…]
There are a number of ways to conduct an interview on your podcast that can contribute to its success. 1. Be organized Know how long the interview will take and how many questions you plan to ask. When inviting your guest, you can then give them an idea of how much of a time Read more about 16 Tips for Giving a Successful Interview[…]
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