You have an opportunity to host your own television show but you don’t know the first thing about being a TV Host. Which camera do I look into? How do I prepare a script? What should I wear? How long does it take to produce a show? How do I look natural on camera when I am so nervous? What should I say?
If you want to be the host of a television show, you need to be trained. You should have the experience of someone who understands the demands of television production and what is required of you as a host. Be TV Ready is the program that prepares you to be at your best on camera.
Honestly the Be TV Ready training prevents you from embarrassing yourself. When you are in the on the television set, the studio crew will not train you how to be a good host. They expect you to know what you are doing. They want you to be prepared when the lights go on and the director says action.
This training is invaluable. It can make the difference between a show flopping and a show’s success.
You want a television show that you are proud of. The success of your television show begins with you. It is your face on camera. You are representing your brand, your company or your organization and you want to be prepared and the best you can be. Be TV Ready understands that desire ad are pros at prepping on-camera talent.
I grew up in the media and my career spans 30 years. I look back at some of my early on-camera videos and I’m horrified. I know I can be my worst critic but trust me, they were not that good. My media experience began in New York the number one market in the country, so I had to get my act together quickly or else I was going to be sent packing by the TV executives. I had to undergo voice training, studio training and personal coaching before I was truly ready to be on-camera. Since then I am an award winning on camera personality. I haves everal industry awards and received an Emmy nomination. I have worked for CNN, CBS, WNBC, PBS, FOX and WOR. My extensive experience spans both in front of and behind the camera, since I have worked in television as a news anchor, reporter, correspondent, producer, writer and publicist. I am also the director of a documentary film.
Five one-on-one virtual coaching sessions. Each session runs (45 mins – 1 hour)
½ day in-person VIP session in our New Jersey studio/office
If after the 1st one-on-one coaching session, (or the 1st hour in the VIP session) you do not feel the training suits you, we offer a money-back guarantee.
“This training went beyond my expectations. Don’t go into any television studio to record without it.”
"I can honestly say, you gave me confidence that I never had before."
"I don't want to think about the mistakes I would have made without Roz's help."