Journalists working the frontline for television and radio
Our journalists are working long hours on the front line for BBC TV and radio. Extended microphones, Skype, FaceTime… anything and everything is being used by our reporters to keep our communities safe, informed and reassured.
As all of our trainers are current news journalists, all of our effective communication skills training courses and Mediapro’s face to face interview technique coaching has had to be suspended – until it is safe to resume when we once again will offer one to one bespoke presentation courses and presentation training in London and throughout the country. Watch this space for updates.
Our trainers are current news reporters. Train with us and you’ll be put through your paces in a confidential supportive environment by experienced and up to date broadcasters.
In this week's Larking Gowen Business Insights Chat, Ian Fitch interviews the expert interviewer! Journalist Maria Veronese from Mediapro Media Training is a regular face on BBC Look East, and discusses what "no comment" really means, why businesses need to engage with media and the difference between a news story and PR! They also discuss flexible working for families, 'breaking into' Norwich Airport and the impact tough stories can have on the journalist. This is a fantastic behind the scenes look at local news, and the important role it played during lockdown. Listen here ow.ly/l79Z50FuNPN#localnews #suffolk#norfolk#mediatraining#mediapro#essex#eastofengland #london No alternative text description for this imageThis week’s chat is a real eye opener. Engagement with media can be make or break for some businesses – ever wondered what it suggests when you say “no comment”? Experienced journalist, and owner of Mediapro, Maria Veronese lets you in on what the journalist really thinks when you say that, ... ... See MoreSee Less