Learn the Secrets that Pro Broadcasters Know
Do you hate the thought of talking to camera? Does the sight of yourself on screen make you want to shut down the laptop and run for the hills?
I hear you. I was you.
For years, I hated having my photograph taken, being interviewed, everything. For the first six years of so of my blogging career, you'd think I was a ghost. There's no record of me being there, from the icy glaciers of Patagonia to the peak of Mt Fuji and the dust of the savannah... not a photo at all. Zip, zilch, nada, nihil.
But then. I was given an assignment from Lonely Planet that involved broadcasting. Simply put, I had to get over myself. From there, they assigned me the broadcasting live gigs and I had to master all the tricks in the game.
For you see, there are tricks (although the experts call them techniques.)
And anyone can learn them.
So, time to wash away the fear, the sticky palms and the tight feeling in the stomach. And learn the techniques to make expressing yourself on camera a breeze and set your ideas free.
Who knows? You might even enjoy yourself while you're at it.
At a Glance
Watch this one hour masterclass at a time that suits you.
Learn the secrets pro broadcasters know.
Have actionable tips to overcome your discomfort or fear at speaking on camera.
Nail it ;-)
WHAT YOU'LL GET
- An introduction to the four key steps to success when speaking on camera.
- Actionable tips you can use right away.
- The three biggest mistakes people make when talking to camera.
- A sense of fun and passion!
Abigail King is a seasoned writer and broadcaster who swapped a career as a doctor for a life on the road. She's worked with the BBC, Lonely Planet, Adobe and more.
For years, she hated speaking to camera but now it's one of the favourite parts of her job. And if she can learn to enjoy it, anyone can.
- ABIGAIL KING
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So how will this work?
Here's what you need to know...
What is a webinar anyway?
In short, it’s an online seminar. It tackles one subject and is a mix of student participation and a presentation of ideas.
If you attend live, you can ask questions via Zoom. So, if there’s anything specific you don’t understand or want to see addressed, you can ask away during the session.
** The Live Event Has Already Taken Place. However, You Can Buy Access to the Replay**
It is designed to be for small groups, not huge crowds. Afterwards, you’ll be able to access the replay and download it for reference in the future.
It’s a great way to see progress because it’s interactive and focused.
What it won't be
- A dreary presentation read out by me!
- A lot of microphone feedback and people saying “can you hear me, can you hear me?” You can type your question in the Zoom chat.
- Complicated! If you’re not sure how to use Zoom, we’ll send you instructions. (Also, you lucky thing! How have you managed to avoid it until now!)
- A sales pitch. If you’ve been burned before, that’s not what’s going to happen here. For full transparency, at the end, I’m going to mention two courses I run. That mention will take less than two minutes. The rest of the hour is going to be full, focused teaching.
If you can't attend live
Not to stress, you’ll get a copy of the replay.
You can also email any questions you have in advance of the session and I will address them during the masterclass.
How much it costs
Access costs only 47 USD. You can pay in your own currency.
If you’re not happy, you can request a refund within seven days, no questions asked. You have simply nothing to lose.
You wise person, you ;-) Not to worry, the skills for speaking on camera are universal. This masterclass will give you actionable steps for speaking on camera in your work and personal life, whatever that is.
Not really. These are skills that YOU can learn, no matter what or where the camera is and whether or not it’s yours. I will make some suggestions and I’m happy to answer questions on the topic of tech but that’s not the focus of this webinar.
Of course, you can get a long way with Google. But you won’t have the chance to ask focused questions and you won’t have all the material packaged into one hour with a clear structure.
Plus, who is writing the articles you read when you Google?
You can check out my credentials here: over a decade working as a professional travel writer and broadcaster, with experience in studio and live on the road.
I’ve broadcast from inside Marie Antoinette’s bedchamber in Versailles to from inside an igloo in the Arctic Circle. I’ve interviewed world class athletes and chefs, marine biologists, philanthropists, adventurers and even politicians. I can share that expertise with you.