About This Video
Learn how to look your best and feel comfortable on camera. Let expert media trainer Beverly Hallberg help you prepare for your next TV interview. In this webinar you will learn how to use eye contact on camera - where and when, proper use of hand gestures, what to wear and how to accessorize (men + women), proper posture and facial expressions, and common mistakes to avoid.
If this topic interests you, then check out the Leadership Institute's Television Workshops, where expert media trainers teach you the fundamentals of looking and sounding your best in TV interviews.
Beverly Hallberg has been on all sides of the camera -- and the mic. Producer, director and host are just a few of the shoes she’s filled.
But she found her passion in helping people be their “best self” once the tape starts rolling. Beverly noticed a common trend: during media interviews, people present their worst self. Knowledgeable and engaging people suddenly freeze-up, losing the clarity and impact of their messages.
This observation inspired Beverly to focus on media training -- preparing people to present themselves and their messages with confidence and precision.
Beverly honed her media training skills at LI Studios in the Washington, D.C. area where she taught media training seminars and provided small group and one-on-one instruction. In 2008, she launched District Media Group to focus on preparing and coaching leaders to interview well.
She has trained members of Congress, organization leaders and policy experts, among other professionals for appearances on local as well as national networks.
Prior to DMG, Beverly edited, produced and directed numerous TV and radio shows including Tony McGee’s Pro Football Plus (Comcast Sports NET) and anchored a weekend sports program for Salem Radio Network News.
Additionally, Beverly has written and produced videos, PSAs and live programs for prestigious government agencies including the Department of Labor, the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts.
Beverly earned a B.S. in radio and television broadcasting, and is a native of Hollister, CA.