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Television Workshop, On-Camera

On Tuesday February 21, 2017

What you will learn

Half day, $125

The on-camera workshop takes place in front of the TV cameras in LI's Norma Zimdahl Master Studio in the Sacher Multimedia Center.

You'll be coached through two rounds of mock interviews (one-on-one at a news desk and satellite) while receiving personalized critiques and feedback on how to better tailor your message for TV.

Individuals who attend the on-camera workshop receive footage of their performance. Class size is limited to maximize your time on camera.

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Starts Tuesday, February 21

Tue. 21 6:00 - 9:00 PM

Leadership Institute
Steven P.J. Wood Building
1101 N Highland St
Arlington, VA 22201 Map



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What graduates say

Kevin Lundberg

Kevin Lundberg

State Senator (CO)

"The Leadership Institute's hands-on approach was a valuable introduction to the rapid-fire interviews of broadcast journalism. LI gave me some of the tools I needed to adjust to this pressure cooker side of politics"

Your faculty

J. Elizabeth Peace

J. Elizabeth Peace

Capital Media Training

Elizabeth Peace is a former television news anchor who now works as a public affairs officer for the Department of Defense. She is the host of "Girl, Let's Talk" and spokeswoman and keynote speaker for The Blueprint Campaign™. Elizabeth previously worked on Capitol Hill as a speechwriter and communications director in the United States House of Representatives following her decade-long career as a journalist.

She is the founder of St. George News, the largest news and media organization in southern Utah, volunteers as a judge for the Society of Professional Journalists annual Media in Excellence awards, and when possible, teaches broadcast journalism and public relations courses in the DC area.

She has worked as an investigative reporter covering crime and politics, a features writer, sports editor and managing editor. She previously worked for as a morning radio host for a Fox News affiliate in southern Utah, and then worked as a morning and then evening news anchor at TV stations in Idaho and Iowa.

A former Air Force Security Forces Officer, Elizabeth met her husband, Warren Peace, while working as a morning news anchor. Her husband is a U.S. Marine currently serving on active duty for more than a decade.