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  • Gamecock Athletics Media Training Video
  • Step 1: Scheduling
  • Action!
  • Step 2 - Arrival to Interview First Impresion
  • Most freshmen student-athletes enter college without any formal experience or knowledge about media relations. With that in mind, this media training video will provide student-athletes with essential information needed to enhance their media relation skills. This will equip student-athletes with the necessary skills to enhance interview preparedness and verbal and nonverbal communication within interviews. Nevertheless, this media training video will provide a great foundation for new student-athletes as well as a refresher for returning student-athletes.
  • Introduction
  • Next Up: Media Relation Skills Importance:
  • Why is it important to have media relation skills? · Interview preparedness · Being confident and intentional in what you want to say: which is a part of enhancing verbal and non-verbal communication · Branding yourself (as a student-athlete and beyond a student-athlete)
  • Gamecock Media Relation Contacts
  • When it involves a student-athlete having any contact with media, your assigned media relations director will contact you to set up the interview (University wide or outside of the University). In addition, he or she will advise on the specific types of questions the interview will cover. With this in mind, make sure you ask him/her questions about what the interview entail and express your concerns.
  • Being on time Attire Introducing yourself Eye contact No gum or food
  • Three types of Interviews: Biographical Preview/Team Evaluation Post-Game Analysis
  • Step 3: The Interview
  • 1. Relax and be confident (you are the smartest person in the conversation) 2. Think about what you want to say before you start speaking 3. Lead with the most important thing you want to say 4. Limit your comments to situations you are directly involved in 5. Stay on message/accept the premise of the question 6. Be conscious of the difference between being confident and arrogant 7. Remember you are a representative of your family, the university and your team
  • Things to Remember:
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