Five Things I Wish I Had Done Better In This Interview

Over the past three years, I’ve critiqued hundreds of media interviews. When I see a spokespersons on television, I can’t help but to identify their strengths and weaknesses as communicators.

So when I watched back the video of an interview I did with Bob Andelman (known as “Mr. Media”) earlier this week, I couldn’t help noticing


What Great Radio Guests Do (Part 2 of 2)

Click here if you missed yesterday’s article about the three terrible things radio guests do.

Radio isn’t an easy format for media spokespersons. Without the visual cues they normally rely upon during in-person interviews, they often feel like they’re flying without a net, merely guessing whether their answers are satisfying the interviewer.

Bob Andelman, the radio host


What Terrible Radio Guests Do (Part 1 of 2)

“The worst guest I ever interviewed was David Lawrence, one of the co-stars of the NBC show Heroes.”

So says Bob Andelman, a gifted and funny interviewer who has spoken with hundreds of radio guests over the past 30 years. He’s talked to a wide-range of stars, including Hollywood icons (Kirk Douglas), movie stars (Billy Bob

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