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TV Talk Show Presentation

TV Talk Show Presentation


Khadija Bengana


From: 22/05/2022 - 26/05/2022

Time: 09:00 - 16:00

Category: Audiovisual Journalism

8300QAR / 2274USD



• University degree in media.
• At least one-year media experience for non-media graduates.

Course Description

“Dialogue is the deepest thing in television news and programming.” This quote summarizes the importance of TV talk shows to all TV journalists and not only to presenters. Television work in all its forms relies on dialogue in some news reports and talk shows, which require participants with knowledge and culture, in addition to a high level of professionalism in performance, the ability to extract information and convey it to the audience, and continuous interaction with news and with what the guests are saying.

Course Objective

By the end of this course, participants will:
• Explore the television work environment.
• Identify the fundamentals of talk shows.
• Build talk show programs and create dialogues.
• Master skills of dialogue control effectively.

Course Outline

• TV work environment:
- Teamwork environment in TV programs.
- Relationship between producer, director, presenter and other working teams.
- Preparing TV programs and relationship between preparation and presentation.
- Successful preparation of the talk show and guest selection.

• Fundamentals of talk shows:
- Basic qualities of talk show presenters.
- Key differences between talk show presenters and news presenters.
- Types of talk shows.
- Importance of dialogue and its forms in TV work.

• Building a talk show:
- Introduction, content and conclusion.
- Prepare the introduction and its importance in the talk show.
- Building the dialogue and the main subjects.
- Essential tools for the art of making questions.

• Skills of TV show presentation:
- Searching methods and tools.
- Dialogue control and ability to maneuver to achieve goals.
- Techniques to overcome mistakes.
- Dealing with body language.

Course Benefits

• A graduation certificate by Aljazeera Media Institute.