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Hello Jeremy, thank you for following me, I see you are a presenter, I have a real interest in becoming one one day! Do you have any advice?
This was sent to me on Twitter by a young man called Scott Hill who’s from Crowthorne in Berkshire, UK.
Thanks Scott, here’s my advice:
1. Learn something about the media industry and read all you can about it.
2. Understand what it takes to be a presenter.
3. As you love football, speak to your local radio station about covering non-league matches.
4. Learn the art of public speaking – join a Toastmasters International Club
5. Do singing or acting lessons
6. Get involved – join a drama group.
7. Look for internships at the BBC and elsewhere.
8. Write articles to your local radio station or see if you can do some unpaid/volunteer work for them. (in conjunction with 3)
9. Start to become an expert in something you are passionate about.
10. Learn the technology – microphones, sound, lighting, digital editing.
Don’t attempt to do everything, try and accomplish the first four steps within the next 12 months.
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