LEARN what journalists want from an interview - from the journalists themselves.
MacLeod Media Training draws on its principal’s decades of newspaper experience, as well as harnessing the know-how of a nationally-respected broadcaster, to show people how to handle themselves should the searchlight of publicity ever shine on them.
Not all publicity is bad of course, so there are useful pointers on how to make the most of good news, too.
Training sessions in how to handle the Press, dealing with radio journalists, and what to do when TV crews come calling, are available.
These courses are tailor-made for clients.
the left Jeff Berliner, former BBC UK news organiser,
Nigel Robinson of Newsline, Bob Sinkinson,
network news reporter with the BBC, and Andrew MacLeod