Pursuing A career as A Television Presenter isn’t easy. Studio Talk understands that better than anybody else. However, with A global multi-media explosion of television and digital channels across the web, almost anyone and everyone with A camera on their phone can become A broadcaster– the opportunities are tremendous and only growing.
So, where do you start?

It is difficult to start out without experience on camera. But, how do you get experience unless someone gives you the opportunity. And how do you get the opportunity unless someone trains you on camera. This is where the Studio Talk TV Anchoring Course can help.

Hands-on experience, teleprompter training, studio simulated exercises, voice training along with interactive sessions with top industry experts will complete your training. At the end of the course you’ll walk away with a professional showreel and A certificate.

Besides helping you become an ace communicator and A confident public speaker, the training will arm you with valuable insights into the television industry.

Studio Talk has been training TV anchors through its signature 6-weekend workshops since April 2012. Using unorthodox methods and camera as the medium of instruction, the workshop helps you become effective presenters/anchors on television. The training is in all genres of TV Anchoring – news, sports, business and entertainment.
The 6-weekend program ensures each student gets individual time on camera to practice and hone their skills.


Workshop Highlights


    Our training teaches you the basic principles of TV Presentation applicable to every type and genre of presenting – news, business, sports and entertainment.

    The Program will include:

    • Getting rid of the ‘nerves’ instantly every time you face the camera
    • Converting your ‘off-camera’ confidence into ‘on-camera’ persona
    • Simple rules of hand and facial gestures – use them in moderation
    • The Right Voice modulation – why even trained actors and radio presenters find it hard to speak before the cameras
    • How to get rid of the ‘thought bubbles’ – mental distractions take away from your anchoring
    • How to come across as A “natural” on television
    • How to make it seem “effortless”
    • How to really “connect” with your audience down the camera lens




    Reading A Teleprompter effectively is not as easy as most think. Firstly, most people don’t read aloud as well as they think they do. Add to that, on A teleprompter the sentences are cut up to two or three words per line and the script moving at A distance while you have lights in your face. Not easy at all.

    Our training will include:

    • Reading with the right intonation – moving words tend to make people read faster
    • Be natural and simply talk – Viewer should not guess that you are ‘reading’ – for the viewer the anchor ‘talks’



    Television Presentation is not just about being in the studio but also reporting from A live situation irrespective of the genre. Studio Talk’s TV Anchoring Programme will teach you how to present A “live” report in front of the camera.

    • You will be given different hypothetical situations and ask to present a ‘live’ report
    • Perfect practice for A wide variety of reporting situations
    • You will learn to present to A shoulder-held camera
    • Presenting to A moving camera – walking and talking



    It is easy to rehearse your lines but difficult to anticipate what someone else is likely to say – more so when the cameras are rolling. Apart from dos and don’ts – what makes your interview ‘different’

    • How to research for A TV interview
    • Tricks to make your interviewee ‘reveal’ that extra bit
    • When to start and when to stop
    • Don’t stick to the script



    In order to get you ready for A career before the cameras, it is important that you showcase the skill set you have learnt at Studio Talk. During the last session we record your showreel that serves as your video resume

    • Completely scripted – we will record you presenting all genres of TV Anchoring to make your showreel A true representation of all skills that you have acquired during the program
    • Script, though, is just A framework - therefore, if you wish, it’s A simple matter to slightly deviate from it, enabling you to stamp your own personality, uniqueness and style on the showreel



    Once armed with A showreel, and having understood how television works – it is time to show your talent to producers. Studio Talk helps you understand how the system works

    • Mock interview session to deal with ‘difficult’ bosses
    • How best to showcase your talent and skills during an interview
    • Your resume – what to write in your resume
    • Where to look and who to approach for anchoring jobs