"Laughter, the best medicine" is a well-known phrase from the Readers Digest magazine. Next Sunday's world-wide celebrations for World Laughter Day is an opportunity for all to join in and feel better in doing so.
Wednesday, April 29, 2009
Friday, April 24, 2009
Using a web tv presenter can really enhance your website and drive more traffic to your site. The example below shows the author of this blog presenting for Vodafone. This commercial was produced by Videotile who were mentioned on this site last year here
You can see the commercial in full by clicking here
Thursday, April 23, 2009
If you haven't investigated communication tools like Twitter, Facebook and Linked-In then now could be a good time to do so. All three (and of course there are others) can help you connect with colleagues or customers and assist in developing your business. Before you start pushing ahead and capturing "followers" on Twitter or "friends" on Facebook ensure that you have a plan of action. Research what the social media experts suggest, read blogs on the subject, then follow a carefully defined method of building your social media profile.
Saturday, April 18, 2009
Thursday, April 16, 2009
Monday, April 13, 2009
Top tv presenter, Graham Norton was in Central London signing autographs when he was filmed by our "capturista" at Leicester Square Television. Graham was in town ahead of appearance in "La Cage Aux Folles"
Saturday, April 11, 2009
Friday, April 10, 2009
What you say as a speaker or presenter is key but so is the way you look. You may have seen other posts on this subject last year by media coach Alan Stevens. He once again, outlines the importance of "looking right" in his latest weekly e-zine. His main assertion is that your message must be congruent with how you look. In other words, dress to impress. If you're uncertain what to do try a top image consultant to start with. Once you know what's the right colour, shape and style of clothes visit a leading bespoke tailor.
As I travel the world, I watch TV interviews, sometimes in a language I don't fully understand. However, I can often tell whether the interviewee is coming across well simply by checking their appearance. While your words are of great importance (don't believe that popular misconception that words are only 7% of meaning), appearance is importance too.
In addition to how you are perceived by others, your appearance can affect how you feel. In order to deliver a confident performance, you need to feel good about yourself, and only you can be the judge of that. Even if others tell you that you look fine, you will know whether you are happy with your appearance.
Somewhat surprisingly, your appearance is important on radio too. For the reason just mentioned, if you are feeling good about yourself, you will perform better. Not only that, but the way that you look will affect how radio interviewers treat you. If you are speaking on behalf of a professional body, such as a group of lawyers, you will not be taken so seriously if you arrive at the studios wearing jeans and a t-shirt. On the other hand, if you are an eco-warrior, a three piece pinstripe suit may be inappropriate.
Take as much care over your appearance as your message, and make sure that they work in harmony.
Tuesday, April 07, 2009
Friday, April 03, 2009
Have you checked out the new Leicester Square Television(LSQ TV) website? If you looking for Gemma Arterton, Jennifer Aniston, George Clooney or Daniel Craig, then you'll find them all there at LSQ.TV