You have seen some great interviews over the years and no doubt you have seen some pretty bad ones too. While we all know when we’ve seen a good or a bad interview, we can seldom say specifically why it was good or bad.
What exactly makes a great interview?
What are some important tips that you should do?
And, perhaps more importantly, what should you absolutely avoid doing?
Being a great guest and delivering effective and compelling interviews on TV, podcasts, and radio is a learned skill, and here is your opportunity to learn what the pros know!
In this webinar, we will review examples of various interviews to assess why the good ones work and why others need improvement. You will walk away with specific tips that will help you be more polished in your own interviews. In addition, you will enjoy feeling confident that you can do this!
This webinar is hosted by the Nonfiction Authors Association and features guest presenter Joanne McCall, an experience publicist and media pro. As with all our webinars, we promise this event will be rich in content and low on hype.
This event will last 60 minutes and includes live Q&A so you can get your questions answered. Can’t attend live? The recording will be shared with all who register.
We will also share a brief preview of an upcoming 3-Week Course: Media Training for Authors. (Class starts October 13th.) You can learn more here:
We look forward to having you join us for this special event!
Oct 6, 2022 10:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)