Hosting Toastmaster Time Television

Ian Griffin - Professionally Speaking

Toastmaster Time is a long-running San Francisco Bay Area monthly television program, produced by members of Toastmasters International clubs in District 57. Shows are broadcast on local television community access channels and a complete archive of the past eight years are available for viewing on the Toastmaster Time website. Business Communication Public Speaking television studio

Charlie Rose - Iconic Television Personality Caught in Sex Harassment Vortex

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

The latest, as the world knows, is iconic television personality Charlie Rose. Response from the television industry has been swift. careers TelevisionYet another shocker.    Men we have admired keep becoming caught in the sexual harassment vortex.

Pedophiles on Television and They Live Next Door

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

  Content-provider Current Affairs Ethics legal Media Personal Musings Politics Television Values Web/TechIn the "Law & Order" franchise, producer Dick Wolf presents plot lines "ripped from the headlines."

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Blackmail - Such a Scary Meme in Television and Real Life

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Current Affairs legal Media Personal Musings Politics Public Speaking Selling Television Values WritingThe tension dominating "Good Girls" is created by the former "Secret Shopper" turned blackmailer. She connected the dots that the assigned tasks of buying and returning merchandise were the inner workings of a money laundering operation. Already the three housewives, who are currently criminals, had to pay her for two months of silence. The total, so far: $20,000.

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iGen - Doomed, Like Baby Boomers by Medium of Television?

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Baby Boomers remember well how we were positioned and packaged as doomed because of the new medium of television.   Books Branding careers Current Affairs DigitalInfluencer Games Generational Divide Media Rebranding Television Values Web/TechPsychologist Jean M.

Megyn Kelly - Is Her Inner Jones Day Lawyer Destroying Career in Network Television?

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

During the night on NBC, Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie covered developments following the active shooting in Las Vegas. There was no Megyn Kelly participating. Moreover, her show was bumped for the coverage to continue.

"Television" - A Generic Term, Meaning Just About Any Video Experience

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

"A generational divide over the very meaning of 'television' has emerged. But that experience won't necessarily be via traditional television.   Generational Divide Media Online video Personal Musings Television Web/Tech

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Influence: Television isn't going away, but

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Before social media, it was through television that the nation collectively experienced milestone events such as the days of grief after John F.   Anyone with a digital platform can participate in the conversation about Campaign 2012 without any access to television

Matt Lauer: Isn't medium of television brutal

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

But working in the medium of television seems especially brutal.  TelevisionThose standing in enough checkout lines in retail are reading plenty of gossip in publications like THE NATIONAL ENQUIRER that "Today" anchor Matt Lauer is on his way out. 

Megyn Kelly - The Wall Street Journal's Joe Flint Wants Us to Know She Isn't Thriving on Network Television

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Branding careers Current Affairs Games Media Personal Musings TelevisionEvery English major (there were once plenty of them) was trained to understand the differences among genres. The memoir had to be analyzed and evaluated according to very different criteria than biography. 

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Campaign 2012: This one is being televised

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

This week the presidential campaign got reconfigured with Mitt Romney's superior performance during the first debate, which most people viewed via conventional television.    His later book was "The Revolution Won't be Televised." 

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Worst Television Interview Ever! | Media Training

TJ Walker Interactive

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Public Speaker Marketing Tips - Television

Great Public Speaking

Television Running infomercials and appearing as a guest on television shows can attract a wide range of customers to your online business. With traditional television appearances you will want to keep track of which audience members got to your website from which market. An Internet television show can be shot in your home studio and distributed to other people's blogs and websites.

Morning Television - From Dave Garroway, with Chimpanzee J. Fred Muggs, to Jane Pauley, Katie Couric & Now Megyn Kelly

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Morning television, at least in the form of "Today," started in 1952.   So, we wonder if Kelly, who seems exactly the wrong fit for morning television, will be the beginning of the end of "Today."

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PowerPoint on radio and television revisited

Max Atkinson

A warm welcome to BBC Radio Scotland listeners who may have found their way here after listening to this morning's discussion of PowerPoin t on MacAulay & Co. If you'd like to know more about the Anti-PowerPoint Party , you can watch the president's video above and/or sign up to support it HERE.

Public Speaking - Tips For Television and Video

Great Public Speaking

Lillian Brown has written the best resource I know of on the topic of appearing on television. MEN * Wear knee-length socks. Always keep double breasted jackets buttoned. Single breasted jackets can be opened, but not too wide. * I SAY AGAIN Wear Makeup.

Tom Brokaw to Appear on Chinese Communist Television

TJ Walker Interactive

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"Downton Abbey" - Rare For Television, Lady Edith Is A Character Who Is Changing (sort of)

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Name a character in a television series who is capable of change - and pulls it off?     Personal Musings Television Values From wholesome All-American girl Mary Richards ("Mary Tyler Moore") to sociopath Tony Soprano, characters tend to stay intact.

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BBC Television News slideshow Quiz

Max Atkinson

Regular readers will know that I’m getting increasingly worried about the way BBC Television News shows us more and more PowerPoint style presentations. How much a year is raised from television license fee payers? Tags: slide shows BBC Television News slidomania PowerPoint

Budget speech boredom and television news tedium

Max Atkinson

But we now have to suffer something that’s no less tedious than the budget speech itself, namely the way television news programmes report it to us. Tags: slide shows television news budget

Televised debates about televised debates really would be worth watching!

Max Atkinson

It was, I suppose, only to be expected that debates about the format and rules for the televised pre-election leaders' debates would hot up as the election draws nigh - no matter how pointless and unenforceable such rules are almost certain to be. The Guardian is warning that the party leaders' election debates are in danger of 'being negotiated to death', and today's Times is reporting that Brown is calling in 'the Obama team for help with television debate'.

Baby talk on BBC daytime television?

Max Atkinson

As our dog likes watching television (day and night), she sometimes introduces me to the wonders of daytime TV. In one of these shows - BBC's Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is - the random intonation of the unseen presenter's voice struck me as being bizarre enough to be worth a quick trawl through YouTube for a specimen: My researches also led to a TV Guide , where the first comment on the show was headed ' Rubbish voice over'.

Televised interviews and political communication

Max Atkinson

If you’re a new reader of this blog and are interested in the problems associated with the growing importance of interviews as the major form of political communication in the UK, there are a number of posts, both serious and not so serious that you might like to catch up on.

Worst Television Interview Ever! -Media Training Contest

TJ Walker Interactive

This video and interview were not staged. Financier Marty Fienberg visited The Pitching Well with host TJ Walker when all heck broke loose. Win $1300 worth of speaker training prizes if you can spot the five blunders this awful guest makes–A contest from Media Training Worldwide. Please submit your list of the top five blunders this guest [.]. Analysis Video Media Training

Famous Speech Friday: Jackie Kennedy's 1962 televised tour of the White House

The Eloquent Woman

television networks aired an unprecedented public speaking tour de force by a woman, when First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy led a televised tour of the White House and its just-completed $2 million renovations. Fifty years ago on Valentine's Day 1962, major U.S.

Elizabeth Edwards: Televised Funeral Victory for All Women of America

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Elizabeth Edwards's funeral was televised early today on C-Span and that will be aired again this evening.    The last time I "attended" a televised funeral was for Ted Kennedy, a man.  Personal Musings Politics Television  What a victory for all women in America that the funeral for a female was determined to be worthy of broadcast time. Elizabeth, you brought us all to another level.

Famous Speech Friday: Elisabeth Murdoch's lecture to the UK television industry

The Eloquent Woman

The MacTaggart is the headline performance at the MediaGuardian Edinburgh International Television Festival, the biggest event in the UK television industry. Her love of television is intense. “It

How often do politicians watch television?

Max Atkinson

This reminded me of something I remember being surprised by when I was more actively involved in day-to-day politics: however keen politicians might be to appear on the box, they didn't actually watch television very often themselves - not least because the timing of House of Commons proceedings meant that they wouldn't be able to see prime-time shows even if they'd wanted to.

Prime-time television news reading: double act or solo performance?

Max Atkinson

"Parker Spitzer" - Make it reality show on getting television ratings

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Well, the pressure is so much worse on television.  Current Affairs TelevisionBloggers get a little taste of it: the ratings game.    Soon enough, we understand what brings in more traffic.    Then, as Shakespeare noted, the crowd is fickle.    We have to pick up on what will build traffic now.   Most of us are interested in how much worse to tune into a reality show which not only explains the process but also lives it. 

Is a lecture by Bill Gates (or anyone else) good television?

Max Atkinson

I don't often repeat blogs verbatim, but watching Bill Gates giving this year's Richard Dimbleby Lecture ( HERE ) reminded me of a question I asked two years ago that still baffles me and is still awaiting an answer, namely: Why does the BBC commemorate Richard Dimbleby with a televised lecture?

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Fall Schedule: Sunday's a dog fight for television

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

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The Cowardly Lion: James Comisar could fundraise for Museum of Television by mass producing this meme

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

  He is attempting to raise money for the Museum of Television in Phoenix.  In this era of economic turbulence and sustained uncertainty, who isn't afraid? 

BBC Television News informs, educates and entertains without slides!

Max Atkinson

I n case you missed the last edition of Have I Got News for You , here’s the sequence showing how much more interesting the BBC’s political editor Nick Robinson can be when he forsakes the awful slides he usually inflicts on us: You might also like to compare this with some of the following: BBC Television News: produced for or by morons? Tags: slide shows Robinson BBC Television News slidomania

Don’t forget the TV Camera during Televised meetings | Media Training

TJ Walker Interactive

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96% of BBC television news of phone-hacking ignored the House of Commons debate

Max Atkinson

My optimism about the televising of the phone-hacking debate in the House of Commons yesterday was, as I feared, short-lived ( HERE ). I'd ended my post on it with an open question about Chris Bryant, M.P., whose speech had opened proceedings.

Young Turks Debuts on Current TV — Liberal Television

TJ Walker Interactive

TJ Walker congratulates Cenk Uygur on his show premiere on Current TV. But is there room for more programming with a liberal focus? Do democrats even watch TV? Good luck and congrats to Cenk Uygur and The Young Turks on their debut tonight on Current TV. Cenk really paid his dues during a lot of [.]. Communications Politics cenk uygur current tv liberals young turks

Name your price: the curious language of television advertising

Max Atkinson

More and more British television advertisements are referring to prices in a way that bears little or no relationship to the way we talk about prices in everyday life.

Why does the BBC commemorate Richard Dimbleby with a televised lecture?

Max Atkinson

But what baffles me about this annual event is how and why the BBC ever decided that the most suitable memorial to a celebrated broadcaster would be something as ill-suited to television as a lecture.

Presidential debates – tedious television but better than commercials

Max Atkinson

For British audiences, the televised ‘debates’ between US presidential candidates come across as a very strange form of television indeed, which is hardly surprising given the peculiar rules of engagement as set out by Bob Schieffer of CBS News at the start of the third one: “The rules tonight are simple.

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