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  1. Backing it Up
    If you say something in a media interview, make sure you can back it up.
  2. Dressing for TV
    What to wear when you're going to be interviewed on TV.
  3. Getting the Most from Interviews
    Tips from a pro for getting the most from media interviews.
  4. Guidelines for successful interviews
    Things to keep in mind when going into a media interview.
  5. The Intangible Benefits of Media Training
    One of the greatest frustrations of media relations specialists, and news media, is the slow response to interview or information requests. Many times I've noticed that executives don't understand the rapid timelines that the news media operate under - they don't understand how quickly something ceases to be "news" or how quickly the media may lose interest in a proactive media relations venture.
  6. Involve Your Audience During TV Interviews
    People who are watching the news are usually doing something else as well, like washing clothes, eating dinner or helping the kids with homework. It's up to you to get their attention.
  7. Sources gives you powerful tools to help you stand out from the crowd
    An overview of how you can use SOURCES to amplify your message.
    SOURCES is a media service that connects journalists, editors, writers, producers and researchers with the sources they need for their work. Being included in SOURCES positions you as a media source and puts you in line to receive more media calls and more media coverage.
  8. Sources media training
    Media training to ensure that you are ready to handle media interviews. Topics include Message making, Staying newsworthy, Safe spokesperson techniques, Preparation and relaxation techniques, Media ethics and expectations. Simulations of all media venues including talk shows, double enders, stand-up interviews and scrums, print columnists, videographers, and editorial boards.