TV Presentation

  • Prerequisites

– A degree or a professional experience in a field dealing with audiences
– Sales executives, Public Relations officers, media students

  • Course Description

The fame and stardom of those working in the TV field have often been tempting elements for people who try their chance in the world of TV and eventually experience TV presentation. Some do that out of curiosity, to discover the details of this exciting work but others do it armed with the conviction that they are fit to become one day newscasters in a TV station.

  • Course Objective

– Acquire the skills of TV presentation
– Acquire the basic knowledge in the field of TV presentation

  • Course Outline

– Introduction to TV
– The studio and the newsroom
– The relationship between the presenter and the editorial and technical teams
– Role of the TV presenter
– Qualities of the presenter
– Charisma, presence and voice
– Serenity, promptness and concentration
– Skills of TV presentation
– Language and expression proficiency
– Diction and voice concentration
– Good interlocutor and control of the subject
– Good control of the body language and readiness to contingencies

  • Course Benefits

A graduation certificate accredited by Oakridge Academy.