This is where television news programmes like to demonstrate that they’ve got their man or woman on the scene, on top of the story.
The programme wants to interview you from an outside location. It’s quite possible to do this using the ‘down-the-line’ format – just you linked up by earpiece to the presenter.
Where there’s an unfolding news event, however, the presenter might instead ‘throw’ to the reporter on the spot, who could be standing next to you. He or she might then give a short summary of what’s happened and then interview you themselves.
Our television ‘live link’ interview training covers:
- How the ‘live link’ is staged
- Where to look
- Avoiding surrounding distractions
- Keeping it tight
The cost of training will vary depending on the length of the course, what is covered and where it takes place. Here is a rough guide to our training costs. Read more…