Taking a wide-ranging approach, Alec Sabin’s new book ‘You’re On!’ discusses the qualities of good presentation, engaging the audience and how mastery of your material is crucial.READ MORE
Whether you are a media professional, journalist, academic, student or anyone who needs to deal with new or traditional media more effectively Alec can help you improve your presentation skills. Alec’s book You’re On! provides a huge range of advice to help you be your best on radio, TV & online.
Alec’s professional background comprises training, journalism, presenting, voice-over, corporate work and acting. You will find a detailed breakdown of his professional experience and credits by following the link below.
Informative and inspiring from one of the best trainers I’ve ever worked with. Historian and broadcaster Amanda Vickery. In this updated and revised edition of You’re On! Alec provides expert coaching for both professionals and the general public on how to come across well on TV, radio and online.
Alec offers a range of services: one-to-one both in person and remotely via audio/video link, groups and workshops. See what services are available by following the links below and making an inquiry.
Whether a beginner or an experienced presenter we can explore your needs to improve your performance.
It would be hard to overestimate the value of proper attention to voice and breathing in media presentation.
Media training can help you practice getting the best out of a media interview and feel more in control.
There are some basic skills that are essential to planning and delivering effective presentations.
“Hello Alec. This is really useful information. Thank you very much. You did a great job. We had lots of positive feedback about the sessions. I've already heard the difference on-air. We are going to follow up on some of the sessions with those who would like to news read but don't read at the moment. See if we can give some of them some more experience. We're also going to discuss the feedback about more prep time and see if there is anymore wriggle room. Thanks and best wishes”
“Just thought I'd drop you a line and let you know I'm doing much better... In all I feel a lot more happier with my presentation than before I met with you... I was very happy with these sessions. Thanks so much Alec.”
“A remarkable course that empowered me with specific media skills.”
“Thank you for the feedback. It's really really helpful. There are some good tips which I'll take on board.”