Why do Media Training?

There are so many changes happening within the media today – it’s not easy to keep up. Basic interviewee requirements remain the same but it is helpful to know how reporters are adapting their news gathering skills as technology evolves. Being aware (but not paranoid) of the pitfalls and practicing interviews in a confidential environment […]

No Comment….

What we’re NOT saying about Mediapro’s fab training reviews in Europe! Kevin and Maria have been clocking up the miles and enjoying the delights Germany has to offer. They’ve just returned from coaching senior managers of an innovative global company whose HQ is based in Frankfurt… and its been going so well, they want us back! Referrals […]

Learn how to shoot and edit on smart phones

One of the newest Guinness World Record holders has been teaching a Mediapro trainer a thing or two on the squash courts. 85-year-old Margaret Armstrong is confirmed as being the oldest competitive squash player worldwide. She played all her adult life and is coached twice a week by George Stammers. This is a short film Shaun […]

Back to media training at home and abroad!

Christchurch NZ

Covid may still be rife but that’s not putting off clients in need of quality media training. We’re still taking care to socially distance etc… but finally we’re able to put delegates through their paces in person both here in the UK, down under and Europe. Mediapro’s team is really enjoying being busy […]

Mediapro donates to the Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal

Our journalist trainers have been interviewing Ukrainians, charities and Russians from the beginning of Putin’s war on Ukraine. We’re relieved we can donate to a co-ordinated fundraising effort to help feed displaced families. It’s something we can all do from afar…. when many of us have been left feeling helpless from the sidelines.

Flying start to 2022

EAAA helicopter

With training enquiries picking up we are looking forward to a busy year ahead. Mediapro’s trainers are privileged to work with dynamic companies and organisations wanting positive PR and to be prepared should something go wrong. The new year has got off to a flying start with a client that’s been with us […]

Merry Christmas!

It’s been a challenging year for many but there does seem to be hope on the horizon… Thank you to our loyal clients and our hard working training team. Both have overcome all sorts of challenges to ensure safe social distanced media training could be held throughout the UK this year. On the road, our […]

Perfect your performance with current journalists

News Desk

It goes without saying that having a positive credible reputation helps you get ahead. Making your mark in the media and becoming well known as a spokesperson for your business or industry gives you authority and promotes the good work you and your team are doing. Founded almost 20 years ago, Mediapro has helped people […]

Frequently asked question…

Media Training Norfolk

We’re often asked when training corporate clients, what’s our preferred type of news story to cover… the answer is simple. Anything that sees us working outside when the weather is pleasant. Between the rain this summer, there have been some memorable moments…

Interviewing the interviewer

Interview the interviewer

What does “no comment” really mean? Why do businesses need to engage with media? And what’s the difference between a news story and PR? Mediapro Journalist Trainer Maria Veronese is a regular face on local BBC news. She discusses what reporters need to make a news story, with Larking Gowen Partner Ian Fitch, ‘breaking into’ Norwich […]