On-Camera Training

Most people are uncomfortable and insecure when needing to present to camera during videotaping of corporate videos and meetings, webcasts, commercials, infomercials and even videoconferences. This lack of confidence can very often be noticed in the final product: the presenter lacks audience rapport and ends up not getting their message across in the optimum way.

Media in English has the expertise to teach people how to overcome insecurity when performing to camera.  By understanding how television recordings work, individuals become more comfortable with the mechanics of the medium.

Our techniques help presenters build rapport, so that the audience will stay tuned in to what they are saying.  We teach how to structure television content to assure that the target audience clearly understands the message.

Each participant receives personalized coaching and attention.  Written evaluations and a video of the on camera exercises are provided for personal study and review.


  • Getting your message across in any language
  • Connecting with your audience
  • Gaining confidence and respect
  • Projecting leadership
  • Eliminating worries
  • Being remembered
  • Motivating people to act

Topics covered

  • The television audience
  • Overcoming stage fright
  • Content structure
  • Television mechanics
  • Performing to camera
  • Connecting with the audience
  • Using non-verbal communication and body language
  • Interviewer questioning techniques

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Media Training Workshops










Media in English offers introductory, in-company media presentation workshops in English for board members, management teams, public relations staff and marketing-communications departments. The training objective is to introduce the participants to communication concepts, which help in fostering effective communications with electronic, print media and industry press in one-on-one interviews and press conferences.

Our workshops are designed to increase awareness and improve communications with the media and are tailored to your organization’s issues. The skills taught adapt effortlessly to any language. The concepts are universal and have been proven successful on a global basis.

 This highly interactive workshop includes practical on-camera media interviews from the perspectives of both managers and journalists. Practical media interviews and are videotaped and followed by viewing and discussion.

The media training workshops are limited to minimum of 6 and a maximum of 12 participants.


  • Improving press and public relations
  • Increasing personal awareness
  • Enhancing teamwork
  • Improving media interview preparation
  • Formulating unified strategies for press contact
  • Limiting inappropriate or harmful statements
  • Minimizing information leaks
  • Increasing credibility and believability

Topics covered

  • The Press: Basics of news-gathering operations and how journalists work
  • Preparing for the media interview
  • Non-verbal communication during press contact
  • Controlling the media interview
  • Getting your message across
  • Answering difficult questions

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