Our Services

Media Training

Whatever the format—live television, webcast, podcast, cable talk show, print, radio call-in, satellite or telephone interview—we have the experience and techniques to help you get your point across.  Learn how to:

  • Prepare for any question
  • Develop a thematic, values-based message
  • Deliver a relevant soundbite
  • Look and sound your best
  • Pivot to your message

Our interview prep will help you generate support for your cause, advocate a policy position, promote an idea, and deal with the skeptics and critics.

How the training works:

  • First, we conduct a pre-training analysis of speaking strengths and weaknesses
  • Next we tailor the training workshop to your needs and interests
  • On-camera practice helps pinpoint areas of strength and what needs improvement
  • We help you develop a clear, concise message
  • Follow up consultations provide ongoing learning and skill-building.

Conquering the Camera

Look & Sound Your Best?

Learn the secrets to on-camera delivery. Mock practice of edited, live, and satellite interviews will help you hone your delivery technique including body language, eye contact, and vocal control. Specific advice is provided on how to dress for the camera.

“We can help when you are preparing a long-term media outreach campaign or when CNN wants you on tonight,” says Positive Communications Founder Christine Jahnke.

“Positive Communications media training is more, much more than how to look good on TV. Your strategic thinking and common-sense problem solving has helped shape our corporate communications message.” Director of Media Relations, NASDAQ

Media Training Skill Building

  • Tell your story
  • Control the interview
  • Deflect negative questions
  • Craft strategic sound bites
  • Project confidence on camera

More information is available in our book, The Well-Spoken Woman by Chris Jahnke.

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