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Election TV and Live Audiences

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During the election, politicians have to engage with TV and live audiences: often at the same time! In our business lives we also have equivalents  of ‘split’ audiences: you might be speaking at a conference which is being filmed with large screens for members of the audience at the back of the room; your presentation might be recorded for other audiences etc.

In the latest Superstar Communicator Podcast, I share top tips to ensure you engage with your different audiences, but don’t look as though you are flirting with the TV camera.

Do listen to the podcast: here are the top tips>

  • Work out who your audiences are going to be – e.g. the live audience, TV audience, other panelists
  • Check everything technically: if you are being recorded, you need to ensure the sound and lighting is good
  • Speak to who has engaged with you – so for example if a member of the panel has asked a question, refer to them and address them
  • Be natural!

Whether you are holding conference calls via the internet or are speaking at a conference these are points to remember. And whilst we’re discussing Election TV and Live Audiences, it is good to be able to relate the audience experience to our own businesses.

The post Election TV and Live Audiences appeared first on The Executive Voice Speaking Coach.

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