How to give a great media interview: 5 tips
With men outnumbering women on news and current affairs programmes by four to one, broadcasters are facing unprecedented pressure to feature more authoritative female voices. Women are also increasingly realising the many benefits raising their profile can bring to their careers and businesses.
But appearing on TV or radio can be an incredibly daunting experience – even for the most seasoned media operators. And without the right preparation, a media opportunity can quickly turn into a disaster, which can cause long-lasting reputational damage to both you and your organisation. Here are some simple tips to minimise this risk and increase your chances of being booked again.
In this feature in the Guardian newspaper, broadcaster and co-founder of HerSay, Kirsty Walker shares her insider advice on how to prepare for a media interview. Broadly Speaking are here to help you with Tip 5! Read More.