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I have had the pleasure of covering many red carpets, and have interviewed hundreds of celebrities. If you are looking to break into the entertainment industry as a celebrity interviewer, then this ebook is what you need. I will provide you with the do’s and don’ts of the red carpet. SIGN UP BELOW AND GET YOUR FREE COPY TODAY!

 


 
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Learn How to Conduct Interviews

Have you ever dreamed of being at a red carpet event with a microphone in your hand and talking to your favorite celebrity? What about getting up close and personal with your hometown hero? Well, if you sign up for my eCourse I can help you make those dreams come true. I am offering a step-by-step course that teaches you how to conduct amazing interviews by giving you tips, tools and strategies that will help you GET the interview, CONDUCT the interview and DISTRIBUTE the interview all by yourself!

 
 
 

Lesson Plan

Lesson 1: Securing the Interview - There are so many different ways to secure an interview and I will share them all with you: Managers and Publicists, Media Credential forms, Social Media, Friends, Events, Concerts and Persistence.

Lesson 2: Preparing For The Interview – There are so many important steps you should take before interviewing someone. I will walk you through each step of how to prepare for an interview and what type of questions to ask.

Lesson 3: Research – Research is one of the most important ingredients for a great interview. I will show you the best ways to research and stand out from the rest.

Lesson 4: Red Carpet Interviews – In this lesson I will teach you how to be quick on your feet and connect with people under incredible time constraints. I will show you how to make the most out of every second you have and how to always be prepared.

Lesson 5: One-on-One Interview – Having one-on-one interviews with people versus talking to them on the red carpet is like night and day. I will teach you the difference and how to make the most of your time during each type of interview.

Lesson 6: Navigating Interview Challenges – There can be so many challenges that arise when you set out to conduct interviews with people.  I will show you how to turn those obstacles into stepping-stones.

Lesson 7: Learning from Mistakes –I will teach you what I learned from all of my mistakes. This lesson will put you leaps and bounds beyond where I was when I began.

Lesson 8: Editing –You will find out how easy it is to edit your own interviews and why doing so will always put you in the driver’s seat.

Lesson 9: Equipment -  Camera, lights, microphone – I will show you the type of equipment you need in order to execute great looking interviews, and what to do when you don’t have any of it.

Lesson 10: Networking – Connecting with the right people is always critical in any industry, but networking was one of my main shortcomings. I will teach you how to not make the same mistakes I did. You will learn how to leverage networking in a way that will get you to the next level.

Lesson 11: Reel – I will explain what a reel is and why you need one.

Lesson 12: Photo/Video Footage – I will explain why it is important to capture video and photos at events, especially using a cell phone.

Lesson 13: Social Media – I will explain how to use Social Media to leverage all aspects of interviewing.

Lesson 14: Media Kit – I will explain what a media kit is and how it can help you.

Lesson 15: Email List – Having an email list is very important. I will show you the ways to build your list.

Lesson 16: Promotion – We will discuss how to promote your interviews in a way that gets maximum exposure even if you’re just starting out.

Lesson 17: Licensing Footage – We will discuss licensing your footage out. Yes, it’s true, there are people who will pay you to use your content.

Lesson 18: Maintaining Relationships – How to stay connected in a way that keeps you in the loop.

Lesson 19: Website or Blog – You need a home to display all of your work in a way that stands out. I’ll show you ways to build a website or blog.

Lesson 20: Conclusion - I will conclude my e-course with sharing some departing thoughts on interviewing as well as my personal journey of how I went from small town girl, to an HBCU Grad, to interviewing celebrities in Hollywood without any Hollywood connections.