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Print Interview Training


Print interviews are perhaps the hardest interviews to prepare for and certainly the hardest to be in control of. Find out how BMS can help you.

 

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Print Interview Training


Print interviews are perhaps the hardest interviews to prepare for and certainly the hardest to be in control of. Find out how BMS can help you.

 

GET A QUOTE

Print interview training.

Print interviews are perhaps the hardest interviews to prepare for and certainly the hardest to be in control of. This is because the messages you need to deliver have to get through the editorial process and end up on the page.

Broadcast journalism is by comparison “clean” – they set up an issue, one side speaks, you speak for your side, and the length given to each point of view is relatively equal.

Print journalists, on the other hand, often approach interviews with a pre-disposed position, meaning they will lay out their case first.

Print interviews can also last a long time. If a radio or TV interview is being recorded for broadcast news they’ll be around five minutes long from which they’ll use maybe 10 or 15 seconds of the interviewee speaking. What you say, with you saying it.

On the other hand, a telephone print interview (as they mostly are these days) will be anything up to half an hour. From all of that information they will choose two, three or four sentences from the entirety of what was said, lumped together into one or two quotes.  You have little or no editorial control.

Call us now on 0115 955 3989 to discuss your requirements, or fill out our contact form.

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