We'll give you the skills and the confidence to cope when the cameras and microphones are thrust in your face. When news breaks, your soundbite counts...get it right first time with Media Mentor.
Radio and TV studios can be daunting – but a day with Media Mentor at The BBC in London, Salford or Birmingham, or Westminster Live helps strip away the mystique. You could be here, in the same studios and seats used by the BBC's top radio news programmes. Watch us in action, with our clients, hereLearn More
Our award winning team are all expert media trainers with successful careers in television and radio journalism and broadcasting. They will help you really understand how to use the media, and develop a powerful communications strategy.
Paul has been a media trainer for the last 13 years following a 25 year career in television and radio as a reporter.Read More
Sports media trainer Hazel Irvine is one of the best-known and instantly familiar faces on the BBC’s sports broadcasting team.Read More
Kaye Adams’ career has taken her from Iron Lady to ITV’s Loose Women. Her experience provides confidence training for women.Read More
Helen has worked as a broadcast journalist for over a decade, reporting and producing for international news organisations.Read More
Just after their course, here's what our clients said! https://youtu.be/Wggql-Br-Xk
Jeremy Corbyn looks set to have a difficult relationship with the media. We’re barely a week in and he’s snubbed the BBC’s Andrew Marr show (surely an opportunity rather than an annoyance?) among other news outlets. He deliberately blanked BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg on the day he was elected, seemingly sending a message that … Continued
Do you know the Five W’s? It’s one of the first things journalists learn: Who? What? Why? Where? When? (‘How?’ is often included too.) Answering these questions should cover all the angles of a story. You can use the Five W’s to your advantage to make sure your story is covered. Think like a journalist. … Continued