We teach you how to speak effectively to live audiences and to the news media. Whether you are giving a presentation or holding a press conference during a crisis, we help you look your best, create memorable stories and sound bites and deliver winning messages.

Media Training for Non-Profits

Media Training for Non-Profits

At Media Training Worldwide we teach nonprofit executives how to speak to the news media effectively.

We specifically teach nonprofit executives the following:

1. How to look comfortable, confident, relaxed, and natural any time you have to be in front of a TV camera.

2. How to shape a focused, three-part, 30-second media message. It is essential to know how to discuss complex issues, whether it is dealing with international refugees, or world hunger, and boil your message down to a short, digestible, easy to understand message.

3. How to answer questions from reporters. Answering questions from reporters is completely different from answering questions from colleagues, contributors, or the Board of Directors.

4. How to speak in sound bites. It's not enough to have a message and to stay on message. It is essential that you learn how to package your message points with sound bites so that you know, in advance, exactly what quotes will end up in the final story.

If you are a nonprofit executive, chances are you don't have tens of millions of dollars sitting around for advertising and marketing campaigns. That is why it is essential that you learn how to communicate to key constituencies through the news media.

At Media Training Worldwide we conduct media training workshops, seminars and trainings for nonprofit executives so that they can face any media opportunity and succeed. If you would like more information on how you and your fellow nonprofit executives can learn to be great in all media interactions please call us at 212-764-4955.


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