• United Way of Winnipeg Learning Centre (map)
  • 580 Main St. 1st floor
  • Winnipeg, MB
  • Canada

So you have landed the interview or you have been booked for a media panel, now what? This workshop will offer up skills and tips on how to prepare for a print, radio or TV interview, how to deal with challenging interview questions, and techniques to make sure your key messages are delivered. Participants will get hands-on practice and take away tools that will help them prepare for and leverage media opportunities.

 Journalist Tim Fontaine brings valuable perspective to media training.

Journalist Tim Fontaine brings valuable perspective to media training.

Very happy to announce that I will be co-faciliating this event with Tim Fontaine. A journalist for almost two decades, Tim Fontaine has worked for APTN National News, CPAC, CBC Manitoba and most recently as lead reporter for CBC Indigenous. A member of the Sagkeeng First Nation in Manitoba, he has also produced documentaries for iChannel in Toronto, including a series called The Trangender Project, which was nominated for a Canadian Screen Award in 2015.

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This three-hour workshop is designed to give individuals the tools and practice they need to:

  • Prepare for a print, radio or TV interview

  • Deal with challenging interview questions

  • Ensure that key messages are delivered