OTT Talent Performance WNBC
New ways of producing and presenting news to connect with viewers who have cut the cord to traditional over the air and cable outlets. Notice that Adam is not wearing a tie and the story selection is different. Even MORE important for talent to be casual, comfortable and connected.
Apart but Staying Connected
Yes, it's possible to for an anchor team to stay connected, even when working from different locations. Notice how this anchor visually broke out of the double box, using her eye direction to make a connection with her partner, as if he were sitting next to her in the studio. Also love the solid bold color -- just a little powder on that shiny head and they are good to go!
How Covid 19 Will Change TV News Talent Performance
While my clients are working hard to cover the Cover 19 pandemic, I’ve been revising my talent coaching lesson plans and thinking about how this worldwide health crisis will affect the future image of the on-camera journalist in TV news ...
Dressing From the Waist Up for Video Conference Calls
Thanks to technology, we can conduct business with anyone, at any time, almost anywhere in the world. While face-to-face meetings are still relevant and important, our phones, computers and tablets make connecting with colleagues, clients and prospects highly effective. With videoconferencing becoming the new norm as businesses across the Globe close traditional offices and send people home to work remotely in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, many business professionals are looking for tips…
CBS Anchor Look
Classic look for Norah O'Donnell on the CBS Evening News. But please plant your feet on the floor to ground your voice and delivery! If the chair is too high, ask for a box. The latest trend is for news presenters to stand up at the desk. Just saying...