BROADCASTING TUTORIALS, TIPS AND TECHNIQUES

Below you'll find several broadcasting tutorials with on camera training tips YOU can use to become a better television host or video blogger and establish a more powerful presence. You'll also see how Dave interacts with guests during segments to make them feel comfortable and you'll learn how you can do the same!


Stay Focused and avoid distractions

You're giving a speech, it's going great, but you scan the crowd and see one person on their phone, texting away. How annoying! Here's how to handle that situation, stay focused and deliver an outstanding speech.  

Give a great wedding speech

We’ve all seen wedding speeches bomb, here’s how to CRUSH yours and be the hit of the party. One of my tips: stay sober! 

Finish Strong

When giving a speech, or appearing on TV, it's not how you start it's how you finish. So if you trip on a word or make a mistake, don't dwell on it. Move past it and stay focused! I guarantee if you finish strong nobody will remember if you started poorly.

Embracing Your You-Ness

When giving a speech or appearing on camera, deliver the message BUT don't lose your voice & personality!! That's what makes you stand out.

How To Stop Overtalking

Overtalking when being interviewed or giving a speech is a common problem and can mess with your head and sabotage your performance. Watch this video for a tip on how to say more while speaking less!

Three Tips to Having Great Content

Content is king! Set yourself up as an expert, find your differentiator and hone in on specifically who your audience is. Those three things will help you create dynamic, compelling, useful content.

Three Tips For An Outstanding Elevator Pitch

Here are three ways to deliver a compelling elevator pitch that separates you from your competitors and helps you grow your business.

When NOT to follow your co-host

Usually co-hosts are teammates and must be on the same page. But in some cases you'll need to distance yourself from your co-host, or at least throw them a lifeline when they say something awful.

Building Your Demo Reel

Here are three tips on how to build an awesome demo reel. Follow these steps to demo reel greatness.

THe Power of the pause

Do you talk TOO fast when giving a speech or appearing on TV? Here are some reasons you MUST embrace "The Power of The Pause".

Don't Fight Your Nerves, Use Them!

If you are relatively new at broadcasting or public speaking there is no way you aren't going to be nervous. In fact, even if you've done it for years you may still be nervous. Here are some ways to turn those nerves into POSITIVE ENERGY!

Ask Clever And Original Questions

When you interview celebrities, they've been asked almost every question in the book, so your goal is to be original. The celebs love this and the audience will love it as well. And it sets you apart from most other interviewers who have their heads buried in their note cards. In this clip, Dave plays off the wish-granted premise of "I Feel Pretty" to ask Amy Schumer and Rory Scovel a funny wish-related question. Their answers are great! 

Be A Better Public Speaker

If you have a fear of public speaking, fear no more. This video gives you expert tips on how to be a better public speaker. How and when to make eye contact, how to leave the audience wanting more and how to deliver your speech with confidence, poise and power. 

Overcoming Stagefright

If you're just starting out on camera or as a public speaker, chances are you're going to be nervous. Even if you're experienced you may still get nervous. That's okay ... in fact, it can be an asset! We explain how to manage and master your nerves.

Broadcasting Tutorial Intro Video

Here at Elite Media Coaching we will provide hosting, broadcasting &  public speaking instructional videos. This video lets you know  specifically what you can expect! 


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