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After a media training session you will never listen or watch the news in the same way as before. You will spot experienced interviewees deflect awkward lines of questioning and some will talk with great passion about causes close to their heart. But it’s not always this way.
Those who really should know better can make a terrible hash of things even royalty, senior politicians and broadcasters.
During our weekly blogs we note what has gone well and not-so-well for those making the news. We offer regular advice slots and hot tips which we hope you will find useful.

How to Avoid Repeating Crisis Media Management Mistakes

How to Avoid Repeating Crisis Media Management Mistakes

A bad headline can be made so much worse for many organisations if they do not handle the media well. A crisis can happen to any organisation for many different reasons, some completely out of their control, but organisations can control the way to respond to it....

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6 Common Media Interview Formats

6 Common Media Interview Formats

A competent communications team should be able to handle any approach from the media for comment or interview, but they can’t do it successfully without help. Appropriate and regular media training for anyone who has contact with the media is a must to ensure that...

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