Eye contact shouldn’t be that complicated, right?
For media interviews, it can be. If you look in the wrong place, you’ll look uneasy or nervous at best – and some people in the audience may take your lack of eye contact as evasiveness, defensiveness, or worse.
In this video, I’ll teach you where to look for the three most common types of television interviews: "on set" interviews, sound bite interviews, and straight-to-camera (or "remote") interviews.
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