Fronting up to the media is always daunting. Whether a soft promotional job, an expert witness session or a crisis-driven exercise in accountability, there’s little room for a re-take in the remorseless mechanics of the news cycle. Enter Media Training.
RepComms has a wealth of experience providing media training to help companies meet journalists on equal terms. Our consultants have been spokespeople for organisations on the frontline and we understand the pressures. We come from the BBC and ITV News and we work with eminent broadcast journalists of many years standing.
We will help you understand how the media works, how each strand has different requirements and how to extract what you want and need from the encounter while satisfying media demand.
At RepComms we regularly provide media training to senior management teams to deal with everything from controversy to opportunity at our on-site radio studios in Maple Street, London or TV studios at the London Stock Exchange. And our expertise is always in demand. We have helped train diplomats and government officials from London to the Middle East and beyond. From helping representatives from business win a fair hearing and NGOs promote their causes and vice versa we have done it all.
We’ll share the insights and media training tips that enable success and help your business shape the substance that counts. Your reputation could count on how you handle the media so we will show you how you can shape the perceptions of the media to deliver when under pressure. By using our own experience and insider knowledge we are able to arm your spokespeople with the skills they need to successfully deal with the media.
Some of the key elements that will be covered in our media training courses are: delivering the key information, how to give a confident delivery and how to control what is said. By mastering these skills it will help your spokespeople and brand come across as credible and confident.
Your reputation hinges on getting it right. We all know the ‘gotcha’ game. RepComms helps even the odds.