How to prepare for a tv interview

I’m your host Brittney Lynn, founder of the Human Connection Agency, a PR agency that helps you get visible and land prominent media mentions and today’s episode we are continuing our “how to prepare” series.

Our first in the series covered how to prepare for a podcast interview, our second covered how to prepare for an interview with a journalist or a publication, and today’s episode covers how to prepare for a tv interview!

How to prepare for a tv interview

Show notes

In today’s episode, you’ll find out:

  • How to prepare for a remote or in-studio tv interview 
  • What happens after you get a yes from a producer
  • What you should to do prepare your talking points
  • The two different types of segment types
  • What to do if you don’t know the questions ahead of time
  • The typical length for a tv interview
  • Tips on what to wear for an in-studio interview or a remote interview
  • 4 things to keep in mind when interviewing
  • What to do after the interview

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