Media Training

Our media training aims to make your spokesperson an accomplished and confident performer – one that broadcasters will want to invite back. We cover all types of media training, for television, radio and print.

Such is the competition to get on-air, it is unusual these days for a spokesperson to undertake media interviews without being trained first.   Journalists, in broadcast and print, expect spokespeople to provide a polished performance.     

Media training is an opportunity to try and key messages and make any mistakes within the comfort of a private studio, rather than publicly on-air or in print.     

Our media training is tailor made for each delegate, to suit their experience and expectations.   We train people individually and in small groups.   The training is largely practical, but presented on a foundation of theory.   

Most of our media training clients choose to be trained in our broadcast studio, in Bloomsbury, Central London.   But we can train on location, in or out of London, too.      

Our trainers are all experienced in journalism and PR. 

Media Training Services

Based in Bloomsbury, in Central London, our studio can facilitate:  podcast production, ISDN down-the-line radio campaigns, voiceover recording and radio and TV media training. 

We offer our media training in half, full or three quarter day sessions. Our training is tailored to individuals and we offer any combination of TV, radio, print and/or social media.

Our recommendation is to have no more than 3-4 people in a session, especially for those with little or no experience. 

Our media training aims to make your spokesperson an accomplished and confident performer – one that television broadcasters will want to invite back.  

Much of our work comes from recommendations and repeat business. But don’t take our word for it, here is what some of our clients have to say.

Related Work

Cambridge Water

Shout! has media trained Cambridge Water’s senior management team several times over the last few years.

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