Media Training

By: Magnolia Marketing Communications  22-12-2015
Keywords: media training, interview coaching, Interview Preparation

BE READY FOR YOUR NEXT MEDIA INTERVIEW. Everyone loves a good story. But do you know how to tell yours in an interview to get the maximum benefits while avoiding the pitfalls? Do you know what it means to be “sound bite” ready? That’s where Magnolia media training comes in. Our media training packages are tailored to the needs of our clients. Ranging from half-day to multi-day sessions, this customized approach helps build your brand’s credibility and establishes you as a thought leader in your industry, while avoiding serious and embarrassing mistakes. We help you get your message across, and make sure you are confidently prepared for any media situation. Our trainers are experienced, respected journalists who know all the tricks of the trade. We bring the cameras, set the stage, and support you throughout the entire process.

Keywords: interview coaching, Interview Preparation, media training

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