Attend Our Media Training Workshop In NYC!
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Please join us on Tuesday, June 14, 2011, for a special one-day media training workshop at our midtown Manhattan offices.
Participation is limited to the first 10 enrollees. The small group setting guarantees you will receive individualized coaching, on-camera practice and personalized feedback.
This session is perfect for spokespersons of companies, non-profit organizations, government agencies, book authors, and other experts who interact with the media.
During The Session, You Will Learn How To:
- Master the rules of working with the media
- Confidently interview for print, radio and television
- Get the headline you want
- Take control of an interview
- Bridge from a reporter’s questions to your answers
- Answer the tough questions
- Spot and avoid journalist tricks
- Look great on television, sound great on radio
- Focus on non-verbal communication
- Handle a media crisis
- Interview for on-line and social media
The Enrollment Fee Includes:
- Training with Mr. Media Training author Brad Phillips
- Our media training handbook
- Breakfast, lunch, and snacks
- A modern conference room with a professional camera, lights, and television
Your Travel to New York City:
- We are centrally located in Midtown Manhattan near most major subway lines.
- We are located approximately 5 minutes from Grand Central Station, 15 minutes from Penn Station, 30 minutes from LaGuardia Airport, and 40 minutes from JFK Airport.
- We will provide you with nearby hotel recommendations to make your trip to NYC easier.
- The registration fee is $1,095 per attendee; rate of $995 per person available for groups of three of more.
- If interested, please call 212-376-5070 or send an e-mail to Info@PhillipsMediaRelations.com to request a credit card authorization form.
- Training will begin at 9:00a.m. and end at 5:00p.m. We will have a fun working lunch featuring recent real-life video examples of spokespersons performing well in the media – and failing spectacularly.
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