Perhaps you have an aspiration to be on TV and/or in the media too?
Creating content that is relevant, engaging and authentic is increasingly important and you’ve probably seen examples of nerves becoming overwhelming and how you look or the sound of your voice may be something that you dislike. Managing all the technical stuff like lighting, camera, sound, backgrounds as well as getting your tone, expressions and focus right, can be really hard.
When you do appreciate how interviews, lives and stories can work for you, you can elevate your profile and stand out as a presenter or leader, with professional advice and feedback about performance on camera. You’ll become natural, relaxed with how you are representing yourself and be keen to use video where it best fits in engaging customers and clients, followers and prospects. These hints and tips will also be useful if you are recording content for online programs, video policies and procedures.
Hosted by Entrepreneurship Facilitator, Wendy Perry with a special guest including Scott Davie, a basketballer at the 1964 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan who features in the final episode of Get Hooked with Team Justagirl, the setting at the grand Woodville Town Hall is the perfect place for you to be in the live audience.
Well-known 40 year Australian media veteran Mark Aiston from Mediainsider will be interviewing new Channel 44 stars, Tracey Tito from Team Justagirl and Val Alonso from El Ritmo Dance Studio, using a professional camera set up and a camera person Matt Oborn who has 35 years experience.
Networking with drinks and nibbles will be provided and we’ll all observe COVID safe practices plus watch the Get Hooked with Team Justagirl final episode in the 6 part series screened by Channel 44.
Proudly supported by the City of Charles Sturt and Woodville Town Hall.
Entrepreneurship Facilitators are funded by the Australian Government with the initiative managed by the Department of Education, Skills and Employment.