How do you showcase your expertise in a media interview?
When it comes to media interviews, there is no substitute for preparation. And as Eddie Bailey notes, getting your scripts in order is important. However it is important to that the participants do not robotically follow the scripts, but learn to just let the conversation to flow.
Eddie Bailey discovered his knack for storytelling during his formative years. Early on, Bailey relocated to Atlanta and found himself stepping into the next Southern music mecca – a development that would pique his interest in media. Seeking to build on this interest, Bailey entered the prestigious Howard University as a film studies major.
Upon graduation, Bailey made the next logical step and set his sights on opportunities to grow as a media maker and storyteller in New York City’s film and television community. Bailey soon became an in-demand production assistant with multiple networks effortlessly ascending the ranks. With his incomparable reputation in tow, it wasn’t long before Bailey was able to transition from production assistant to story producer. He excelled in his new role on various episodes of television series.
Following a confluence of events, including the 2007 writers’ strike and the 2008 recession, Bailey was inspired to construct his own lane by laying the foundation for his new production company: The Savoy Media Group. Ultimately, Bailey’s goal with The Savoy Media Group reaches far beyond just creating compelling stories. He is convinced that it’s his mission to imbue his passion with a deeper sense of purpose at such a critical time in history.
In this snippet from his full-length interview, Eddie talks about how to prepare for and conduct a media interview successfully.
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