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Media Interviews

Media Interviews

A media interview is an interaction with questions and answers intended to be published in a desired newspaper, online news outlet, or broadcast on television. We arrange media interviews for entrepreneurs, stock analysts, investment banking professionals, famous artists, and other industry specialists on trending topics. We provide guidance on what questions can be asked, how to respond appropriately to the journalist’s inquiries, and how to get ready for any unexpected questions.

How many types of media interviews are

Broadcast/Physical /Video interview

In this type of interview, we arrange a TV appearance or a live video interview on the TV channel with the help of a Google or Zoom meeting.

The detail

We locate TV possibilities on all the pertinent subjects related to our clientele's industry and connect with them in accordance with the category. We train the client with complete information about what kind of questions can be asked in the interview on the given subject.

Telephonic interview

We arrange a telephonic interview as per the convenience of the journalist and client. The subject of this interview will already have been decided by the client.and the journalist is free to question whatever they want to ask.

The detail

The client should be thoroughly prepared for the subject from every single perspective. The journalist can ask up-down, loss- profit, or anything regarding the subject of the interview. This interview will be recorded by a journalist who will write the content based on the interview, which will be published in the news outlet.

Written interview

A written interview is the most preferred medium to interact with the journalist; there is no time boundation in it.

The detail

According to your subject, the journalist gives you the question in writing, and you have to answer it in writing. Meanwhile, a written interview gives you enough time to react effectively and correctly. The assistance of your PR team and content writing team will help you have a successful interview.

Upcoming Media Interviews

Thank you for showing your interest!

Please mail us your profile with the subject of the interview, the desired publication and the interview medium you want

Media Interview Tips & Example

You should pay attention to both your physical appearance and your discourse if you are conducting a physical or video interview, since your body language and facial expressions show how knowledgeable you are about what you’;re talking about.

Don’t feel that the reporter is an expert in their field and knows very well about the industry. They might be confident about what they are commenting on, but if the reporter has inaccurate information, you can still defend yourself by giving the truth and the correct statement on that topic. Never be afraid to cut the reporter off if what they are saying is wrong.

Don’t joke during the interview. Be friendly, but be social. Remember that everything you say or do could be published or broadcast. Never fill in your answers and chatter between the reporter’s questions, and also don’t take too much time to answer the question. Once the reporter’s question stops, you should break for 1 second and start your answer. Never say anything that you wouldn’t want published, broadcast, televised, or posted online. Be confident. You are the expert.

Keep your responses succinct and to the point; start with the most significant and noteworthy points, and then, if required, provide a brief background explanation. Long and irrelevant responses may bore listeners. Moreover, keep in mind to talk clearly, refrain from using filler words like “um” and make your points obvious and straightforward.

Ask for clarification if you don’t understand a question instead of trying to dodge it. The interview can get unfocused if you give unnecessary or irrelevant responses. If a reporter asks you a question and you don’t know the answer, you can assure them that you will get back to them with the information. Avoid talking about irrational situations. Don’t ever say ”No comment”. If you can’t or don’t want to respond, merely give a brief explanation. For example, I can’t respond because I haven’t read the research paper you’re referring to.

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