Courses / Media training for experts

MEDIA TRAINING FOR
EXPERTS

Full Day or Half Day

Having your work in the media reaches audiences you can’t reach any other way. Screenhouse’s seasoned media professionals will show you how the media works and equip you to face reporters in any media.

You will practice your skills on camera and radio. You will take away a broadcast quality videofile of your performance.

Summary
"I was on BBC radio and ITV news today. It was exactly the story we talked about on the course. I felt prepared and confident", Dr Fiona Frame, University of York, Cancer Research

Courses / Media training for experts

Summary

Run by veteran producers Barbara Govan and Paul Bader, the course gives behind the scenes insight into what the media expect of you, and how you can effectively use the media to get your message across. Understand why stories sometimes seem sensationalist or misleading, and practice looking at your story as a reporter would.

With practice interviews on TV and / or radio – with the option of a professional TV standard recording of your interview.

The Screenhouse team are media skills trainers to the Royal Society, London

Includes

Courses / Media training for experts

Includes

  • Media skills workshop with journalists and producers
  • How to deal with tricky questions
  • Your story written as a media release
  • Practice interviews with recording and playback on camera and/or radio
  • Lunch and refreshments
Who's it for?

Courses / Media training for experts

Who's it for?

  • Anyone working in STEMM, including Higher Education, Industry, the Public Sector, or in the media spotlight
  • Groups from 5 – 30
  • 1 – 1 bespoke sessions also available
  • Suitable for all levels of experience
Aims & Outcomes

Courses / Media training for experts

Aims & Outcomes
  • Learn how the media works, how to use it and take control
  • What to do when a reporter calls
  • Analyse your work as a journalist would, and write it as a media release
  • Learn interview techniques and practice on camera +/or microphone
  • Deal with tricky questions
"I was on BBC radio and ITV news today. It was exactly the story we talked about on the course. I felt prepared and confident", Dr Fiona Frame, University of York, Cancer Research