About the instructor
Jay’s media career stretches 25 years from broadcast to corporate and includes positions as radio host, news anchor, field reporter, voice actor, video producer, analyst and media consultant.
Today, he is passionate about teaching and coaching the next generation of broadcasters and voice actors; and also teaches Broadcasting in the Communication Department at the University of Indianapolis.
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Communicating and interviewing: the basics
Chapter 3: News interviewing
Chapter 4: Planning and preparation
Chapter 5: The interview itself
Chapter 6: Interviewing techniques
Chapter 7: Vox pops and other interviewing opportunities
Chapter 8: The twenty-first century tools of interviewing
Chapter 9: Interviewing by telephone, email, text and Skype
Chapter 10: Interviewing the famous – and infamous
Chapter 11: How to manage challenging, difficult or sensitive interviews
Chapter 12: After the interview
Chapter 13: Law and ethics; Recommended books and films; Index