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Private Media Training and Workshops For Individuals, Companies, Organizations and Groups

We teach you how to SPEAK EFFECTIVELY to live audiences and to the news media. Whether you are giving a PRESENTATION or holding a press conference during a crisis, we help you look your best, create memorable stories and sound bites and deliver winning messages.

Media coaching can help executives prepare for hostile interviewers and difficult audiences by training them how to form messages and how deliver them efficiently and at ease before groups, cameras and reporters. Anyone can learn to come through a news interview and deliver a positive message -- but only with the right help. 

Media coaching teaches techniques for everything from neutralizing loaded questions, to anticipating journalists' queries. Learn how to turn negative questions into positive answers, how to deal with reporters who interrupt or paraphrase, and how to prepare for media encounters and difficult announcements.

Media coaching practice sessions videotaped and beneficially critiqued afterwards so you sharpen your skills and develop the understanding and self-confidence to speak in charged situations.



Our media trainers not only know how the news media think, but Media Training Worldwide trainers also know how Wall Street analysts and corporate executives think. 

Our trainers have decades of experience working in the news media in front of and behind the cameras. Plus, Media Training Worldwide trainers know investor relations after having worked with senior executives at public corporations for years.

We are not simply former journalists who give you a glimpse at how the other side works. Instead, we are corporate Media Training experts who draw upon thousands of news media, training, public relations, and crisis communications experiences to give you the best advice available.

Once we learn more about your specific Media Training needs, we will match you with our best Media Training partner for you.

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