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TV News Presentation

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James Harrod

on 19 August 2016

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Transcript of TV News Presentation

TV News Presentation
The Course...
Basic - Day 1 AM
- Establishing principles
- Your voice & presenting style
- Physicality of presenting
- Overcoming nerves
- Getting to grips with Autocue
Advanced - Day 2
- TV News interview skills
- Presenting a bulletin & DTLs
- Dealing with 'disaster' scenarios & Breaking News
Intermediate - PM
- Dealing with Talkback
- Importance of the Director
- Presenting a bulletin
Schedule, aims & objectives...
Anyone know this man?
55%
38%
7%
Courtesy: UCLA
Prof Albert Mehrabian

Emeritus of Psychology, UCLA
Source: Decoding of Inconsistent Communications, Mehrabian 1967
!
"Audiences make up their minds,
about TV presenters, within
10 seconds"
Jackie Bird, BBC Scotland Controller,
BBC Academy #expertwomen, August 2013
PHYSICALITY
OF
PRESENTING
APPEARANCE
NERVES
YOUR STYLE
BEING YOURSELF
TALKBACK &
THE GALLERY
DIRECTOR


Earpieces & dealing with "Talkback"
THE VOICES IN YOUR HEAD
...is in control



What do you mean... "Cue on" or "Bong"???
Knowing the instructions
"They write scripts.
They rewrite scripts.

They get scripts rewritten by the boss.
They rewrite the rewritten script.

They bin that script and start again.

They then rehearse.

Then rehearse some more and if there’s time rehearse again."


Bill Grist, Former Executive Producer, BBC

The Presenting
Masters....
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