Media Training

For a long time, we viewed media as television, radio or newspapers. Throw in the insatiable beast that is the internet - specifically, social media - and you quickly realise the media landscape has changed forever.

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Why endure a media experience when you can enjoy it

Working with the media - or within the media - can be fun. In fact, it usually is. But the enjoyment comes hand in hand with an understanding of how it works.

Brad in Action

Presenting the Winter Olympics from Sochi was meant to be work. It was a little bit of work, and a whole lot of fun.

What is media training?

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“If we really do learn from our mistakes I should have the IQ of Einstein”

Brad McEwan (often)

Making a mistake is one thing; making a mistake – perhaps a really big one – live on radio or TV is another thing altogether. I’ve been there, done that many times over.

So, while life’s not about taking shortcuts, there’s nothing wrong – and everything to gain – by learning from someone else’s mistakes, and their years of experience.

I’m sure you’ll agree the best media performers always appear calm and in control. To us, they’re unflappable, and have a knack of saying the right thing, or at the very least, avoid saying the wrong thing.

The truth is, while the composed exterior comes naturally so some people, other people struggle. Thankfully, no matter your skill level or experience, everyone can improve.

Some of our key modules include:

  • Presentation techniques
  • Maximising your media experience
  • Understanding how the media works
  • Crisis Management
  • Public speaking
  • Authenticity

People shouldn’t fear the media, they should embrace it. Because the media is an incredibly powerful tool for teaching and instigating change.

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What people have to say:

Brad is an exceptional moderator. He honours the stories of our speakers with such compassion and genuine empathy. We are grateful to have Brad as p Read More

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For many years Brad has been a knowledgeable and engaging MC at events for our Carltonians coterie group. As well as a proud Carlton man, Brad is well Read More

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As part of his role as an Ambassador for Toyota, Brad has been the key note speaker at National Dealer Meetings, a knowledgeable and astute panellist, Read More

pic - Murray Waterson, Toyota Account Director

Brad is one of the most powerful communicators I’ve had the pleasure of working with. Storytelling connects us, restores hope and drives change. As Read More

pic - Georgie Harman, CEO

Having Brad on 3AW Breakfast is always an immense pleasure. He's a huge talent. He's an engaging, charming, intelligent, funny, multi-faceted presente Read More

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Brad has for many years been an engaged Ambassador for Melanoma Institute Australia, generously volunteering his time to help us raise awareness and v Read More

pic - Matthew Browne, CEO

Satellite is so grateful that Brad is part of our community. We are in awe of his capacity to connect with our young people, both in sharing his own s Read More

pic - Rose Cuff, Co-Founder & Executive Director

Brad was not only Network Ten’s Sports Presenter for nearly 20 years but a passionate ambassador for our employees and charity groups. Brad was alwa Read More

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Just let them in. One family. A family. So unnecessary. So heartless. https://twitter.com/hometobilo/status/1288337316990185472

Twenty-six Victorians under the age of 40 are currently in hospital with coronavirus.

Five are in intensive care. No idea when – or if – they'll make it home.

To anyone who still thinks this only affects older people:

It doesn't.

I lost my necklace containing my Dads ashes in Southsea, rose garden, pier area on Monday. Devastated doesn't come close! Desperate to find it. Please, please retweet, i don't have many followers?

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532...... Don’t ever forget this newspaper and its role in the pandemic, Victoria.

If you are still unsure why masks are so important have a rest of this article, with supports from actual scientist and don’t listen to people with political agendas like Andrew bolt (using info from April to support his article) or Alan Jones. https://www.sbs.com.au/news/the-feed/fact-checking-andrew-bolt-s-claims-about-melbourne-s-mandatory-mask-order

Promising news: https://twitter.com/BBCBreaking/status/1285209008618561536

Please read this and pass it on. What has happened to this woman is an outrage. https://twitter.com/qwadja/status/1284262650566701056

If you are sheltering our beautiful dog, who was chased in Tokai Forest today, please, please make contact. Please...

Arizona, which has similar population size to Victoria, had 187 new cases on April 2.

Last Tuesday Arizona had 4797 new cases.

🤞🏼for Victoria

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