Live microphones and TV cameras create an atmosphere of fear if not coached for gaffes, crutch-words, ums and ahs. When anxiety hits so does a loss for words, producing gaps of silence invading succinct messaging. “30 Words to Use In Media Interviews audio track defines each word with a friendly voice meticulously pronouncing, spelling and using each word in hypothetical sentences. A PDF file accompanies the audio download to allow listener the opportunity to build sentences and sound-bites.
My Media Tutor will release 6 additional vocabulary building themes in 2013, one popular best-seller, “Words To Say When Upset & Angry” offers replacement words for profanity. My Media Tutor attributes the increase in sales to individuals wanting office appropriate words to express upset and angry feelings in a civil manner.
With over half a million words in the unabridged dictionary and more than 125,000 words in the abridged version it’s our responsibility to offer fulfillment tools reintroducing words we didn’t consider using.
My Media Tutor, a one-stop training portal for radio, TV, ROP, magazines and online broadcasts, located in Charlotte, North Carolina helping clients with appearance, presentations and verbal cues before cameras and reporters show up, we know how the game is played as we work in media.