Interviewing Tips

Whether you're interviewing your family for grandma and grandpa's 50th anniversary, the CEO of a business for a training video, or even a politician for a news story; there are a few tried and true tips used by the pros that can help you put together a clean and polished interview.

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Ten Things NOT to do in an Interview

I’ve been putting together news packages for about 3 years now.

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News Judgement and Reporting - II

NewsThumbWe continue with Part Two of Jeff Rowe's News Judgement and Reporting

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Delivering the News - Part 2

In this article, part two of Delivering the News, we continue our discussion of the qualities you need to anchor or report in front of a camera or microphone.

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Interview Styles

InterviewStylesInterviews on TV are quite common, and not just during the news. Interviews are so popular, entire shows are built around the idea of one person asking another questions.

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Frame of Reference: There are No Good Stories 2

Last month, we discussed the choices a storyteller (reporter) must make in gathering the raw material for the story including TOPIC,  FACES, INTERVIEWS, B-ROLL. 

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Choreographing your Student Newscast

Choreographing or pre-planning your newscast is done at every TV station and should be done properly at your school.

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Focus on News Broadcasting - Part 2

NewsThumbWelcome to part two of our focus on News Broadcasting. This month we move from the planning stage into the actual production of the school news broadcast.

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