TV Presenter

International Open Academy
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£ 299 - ($ 7,884) £ 29 - ($ 765)
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  • Curso
  • Online
  • 50 horas de estudio
  • Duración:
    60 Days
  • Cuándo:
    A definir
  • Campus virtual
  • Envío de materiales didácticos
  • Servicio de consultas

Have you ever watched a popular presenter hosting a TV programme and thought, “How do I get to do that?” If you have, then this is the course for you!

Being a presenter means working at the front line of television. While it can be all consuming and often challenging, it’s a job that can also be exciting, enthralling and deeply satisfying. Whether your interest is in hard news, current affairs, human interest, entertainment, culture, travel or sports presenting, there are very few jobs where you can indulge your passions while reaching out to millions of people at the same time.

Your job could involve introducing or hosting a show, reporting on special events, reading the news, interacting with live audiences or interviewing folk from all walks of life. There are so many different aspects to the job which means that, when you’re hosting a TV show no two days are the same.

Finding Your Feet and Your Own Unique Presenter Self

However, TV presenting can be a tough business to break into and that’s why it’s important to get the inside track on what it takes to become the next David Letterman or Ryan Seacrest.

There’s a common misconception that being a television host is a one man show, so having a genuine understanding of TV broadcasting and the time and talent it takes to make a successful programme, is invaluable knowledge.

Learning how to bring something special to a show by focusing on your strengths and building your own personal brand, is also essential in your approach to becoming a standout TV presenter.

That’s why this course lays down the foundation that you need to become part of this thrilling world, while imparting essential tricks and tips of the trade.

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¿Qué objetivos tiene esta formación?

In doing this course, you will learn:

The basics of broadcasting
The team behind the scenes
The most important skills you need to possess
What producers and agents are really looking for in a TV presenter
How to stand out from the crowd
Understanding your own special ‘brand’

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Programa académico

Module 1: The business we call show
An overview of the business
The changing face of TV
Different types of presenting
Challenges of breaking into the business

Module 2: It takes a village to build a TV Presenter
The team Producers
Presenter role requirements
Presenter skillset
TV terminology

Module 3: Wow! Who’s that girl (or boy?)
Do you have what it takes?
Knowledge and research
The ‘wow’ factor
Fronting a show
Audience connection

Module 4: A ‘brand’ new you
Find Your Strengths
What’s Your USP
Difference between being a ‘Personality’ and a ‘Presenter’
Seeing yourself as a ‘brand’

Module 5: Talking the talk
How to talk to camera
Talking to time
Presenter techniques
Vocal delivery
Autocue / teleprompter tips
Script reading
Talk back and earpiece training
Interviewing techniques

Module 6: Are you ready for your close up? Ad lib presentation Script construction and prep’ Handheld camera presentation Multi camera direction Live broadcast Location reporting Camera technique

Module 7: Looking the part
Importance of getting your image right
Visual Messages
Body language
Note setting & colours
Do’s and don’ts of TV makeup

Module 8: Showreel time: Show me the money!
The ONE big secret to a successful showreel
Preparation: Subject matter
Preparation: Types of footage
Marketing yourself
Structure & format
Professional v home filmed

Module 9: Applying for jobs: The Good, the bad and the big fat waste of time
What to include in application
Broadcast trade media
Finding on camera experience
What not to do
Handling rejection
Indirect opportunities
Right place, right time

Module 10: All the other things you wanted to know about TV presenting but were afraid to ask!
Training and qualifications
Agents Salaries
The Myth of the 4 Hour Week
PR and media relations