Guidelines for Remote Media Interviews

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Most businesses have written directives in place for functions ranging from technology to personnel. Many, however, have paid little to no attention to an emerging facet of their reputation and public image — remote exchanges with reporters.

That’s where “Remote Media Interviews Are Here to Stay: How Your Spokespeople Can Thrive” comes into play. The report provides needed direction for companies seeking to sharpen their spokespeople’s performance during remote video interviews with the press.

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What real world guidance does “Remote Media Interviews Are Here to Stay” deliver? Communications executives and the spokespeople they counsel can benefit from:

  • A series of best practices to implement.
  • A catalogue of worst practices to avoid.
  • An outline of who needs to be involved in structuring video media interviews.
  • Good news regarding job opportunities for TV producers and directors who have been subject to layoffs.

Of critical importance, the paper also includes an action plan smart companies can utilize.

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