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Gets Them On-Camera, Looking & Behaving Like a Professional!

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Nan Reardon created the first university course (The New School, NYC) for on-camera presentation 20 years ago. Reardon has taught network, international & local television reporters for years. She teaches at the The New School and New York University. She continues to travel to various countries outside the US to work with TV broadcasters.

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
The Real Deal! Nov. 9 2006
By Joy Williams - Published on
Format: Paperback
Nobody can tell it to you like an insider, and Nan Reardon is all that. This book gave me many more practical tips than I expected (and now I can't live without this book) -- but, also, the book is supportive and inspiring, too. It's a keeper. I'm not lending it out, buy your own!
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
A Must Have! Jan. 3 2007
By Mary Ann Osborn - Published on
Format: Paperback
Nancy has given the interviewer the real inside track to this process. Although it can be a very stressful set of events, Nancy helps take off a lot of the edge. The book is written with care and good humor, and would be a real asset to all people who interview, and employers alike. It's concise and focused on key aspects of interviewing , without the fluff. The writing style is down-to-earth and personalized as if Reardon is coaching and encouraging the reader through the process of interviewing. The tone is not pretentious as I've observed in other books of a similar nature. The chapters are well-organized and build upon each other.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
The new reporters friend. A must read! Nov. 3 2006
By Jay Madden - Published on
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
After reading "On Camera", by Nancy Reardon and Tom Flynn, I want to report this is the first time I have seen so many anchoring and reporting lessons and learning techniques in such a consise and easy to follow format. Not only was the book itself enlightinging but the added DVD gives real, honest and practical advice which anyone will come away from with more basic and professional skills.

This new book should be a "must read" for anyone studying "On Camera" television or video reporting, from the student to the still learning reporter. And aren't we all still learning.

Hightly recommended.

Jackson M
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Great Book! Nancy will be seeing me in class! Jan. 15 2007
By Amaris Acosta - Published on
Format: Paperback
This book has everything you need to get started in the industry! Nancy gives a thorough overview of all aspects of reporting, (including which types of reporters need education and experience and which just need personality) what employers are looking for and even tells you where to get camera-friendly makeup! A must-read for any newbie wondering "where do I go from here"? Nancy will definitely see me in her class!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Very useful June 10 2013
By anaraa - Published on
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I really loved this book. Because it is very concise and useful book for every new employee on broadcasting arena.