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TV Preparation and Presentation course

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Duration

4 Weeks

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About the Course

In a TV preparation and presentation course, you can learn a range of skills and techniques that will help you become an effective and confident TV presenter. Here are some key areas that you may cover in such a course:

  1. Presentation skills: You will learn how to engage your audience, use effective body language, control your voice and tone, and project confidence on camera.

  2. Scriptwriting and storytelling: Understanding how to write for television and create compelling stories is crucial. You will learn how to structure your scripts, use effective language, and convey your message clearly and concisely.

  3. Interviewing skills: Interviews are a common element of TV programs. You will learn how to conduct engaging and insightful interviews, ask relevant questions, actively listen, and manage different types of interviewees.

  4. Teleprompter and autocue use: Teleprompters are often used in television presentations. You will learn how to read from a teleprompter while maintaining a natural delivery, pace, and eye contact with the camera.

  5. Improvisation and ad-libbing: In live TV situations, the ability to think on your feet and deliver spontaneous commentary is crucial. You will learn techniques for improvisation and ad-libbing to handle unexpected situations.

  6. Camera presence: You will be taught how to effectively use the camera to connect with your viewers, understand camera angles and framing, and use gestures and facial expressions to convey your message.

  7. Wardrobe and styling: Your appearance plays a significant role in TV presentation. You will learn about appropriate attire, grooming, makeup, and styling to present a polished and professional image on screen.

  8. Media ethics and professionalism: Understanding media ethics, such as objectivity, fairness, and accuracy, is important. You will learn about the responsibilities and challenges of being a TV presenter and how to maintain professionalism in different situations.

  9. Research and preparation: You will learn how to research and gather information effectively, develop a deep understanding of the subject matter, and prepare for TV presentations to ensure accuracy and credibility.

  10. Handling technical equipment: TV presenters often need to work with various technical equipment, such as microphones, earpieces, and monitors. You will learn how to handle and use these tools effectively.

Your Instructor

Atef Kamel

Atef Kamel has experiences more than 30 years working in a national TV in Egypt

Atef Kamel
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