So why choose The Presenter Studio? A lot of our clients are referals - from friends who came to train with us, or presenters they met at auditions and found out that their presenting career started with The Presenter Studio! The main point of difference we offer is our experience, background and expertise - 3 things you can't find anywhere else! We work in TV, and we work with presenters for a living - and we've worked with the best - Zoe Ball, Claudia Winkleman, Dermot O'Leary, Tess Daly, Rochelle Humes...so with us you get a never-seen-before industry based experience.
Everything we do is tailor-made to you too - all the genres in TV work very differently to each other - so there is no 'one rule fits all' to getting work in TV.
We're proud of the experience we offer - Producing hit TV shows like Strictly Come Dancing, Gogglebox, The Hit List....the list of our shows and experience is LONG!
So if you want the best, most current, and most effective presenter training we are a great place to come.
Oh, and did we mention we're pretty nice too! TV and the media is a fun place to be - we care about each and everyone of our clients and we want you to have a great time with us - so expect LOTS of LAUGHTER along the way!
See you soon!
The Presenter Studio
THE UK'S BEST (AND MOST FUN!) TV PRESENTER TRAINING COMPANY
Big congratulations to Twist and Pulse who won Britain's Got Talent: The Champions. The guys are so talented and deserve all their success. They are also aspiring TV presenters - and they are really very good! They came and trained with us a few years ago, adn we really hope this new found success will open up even more doors for them.
Here is the presenter showreel we did for them: https://youtu.be/SGp5vGyhf3c They came on the award-winning fast track TV presenter training course, where they worked alongside 3 other clients across 2 days.
This is what they had to say about working with us too:
"What an incredible inspiring course. Most definitely the best presenting course out there for up and coming presenters. Gareth and Leon both take the time to get to know you and your personality as much as possible to benefit yourself. Passion, fun and hard work all rolled into one - just how we like to work!"
Well done guys - super proud of you and all the great things you do!
FAST TRACK TRAINING PROGRAMME – REVIEWS
Thanks so much for all your five star reviews from the September Fast Track Presenter Training Programme. Here’s what this month’s 4 clients had to say about us!
5 STARS! I can’t thank-you enough…I loved it, and didn’t want it to end! I enjoyed every second – it was professional, I felt totally trustworthy of the direction I was given – and what a great group!
5 STARS! I felt you really cared and really understood how to make the most of us. The team were fab! I’m so pleased I did it. Thank-you so much!
5 STARS! I loved the effort you put in to each individual to help them realise their brand, and give them more confidence. Keep doing what you’re doing – it’s great!
5 STARS! It was a great friendly environment. I loved learning the technical side and didn’t know about it before. It was all great!
Don’t be generic! Too many presenters try and appeal to everyone, whereas you actually need to find out your USP.
Find your own style of presenting – from your scripts, to how you stand etc. There are actually no one-size-fits-all rules to how to be a good presenter – so work on your own brand. But make sure you brand yourself according to the area of work you want to work in…
All the genres of TV are very different to each other, and it’s very rare for a presenter to work across them all.
The main genres are:
All of our training is specific to the genre of work we think you are best suited to. So it pays to be different and it also pays to know where you’d fit in!
Did you watch Francesca Martinez on Question Time?
Her impassioned answer to Fiona Bruce’s question has gone viral. So why did her answer engage and touch so many of us? The reason is it was ‘personal’. So many debates and speeches lack personal content – we all know people buy people, so where is there so much corporate jargon?
Francesca’s personal story brings a problem to life. All of a sudden what she has to say can’t be ignored as we can see and hear from someone who is part of the problem, and this makes it all the more real. But it wasn’t just what Francesca said on the BBC’s Question Time that connected with people, it was how she said it. She spoke from the heart. Her answer was passionate, and passion goes a long way. If you are passionate about something it’s hard for the viewer not to be too.
Her passion made her message so much more engaging, and you instantly felt a connection and an understanding of what Francesca was saying.
We should all learn something from Francesca’s time on Question Time – not only from what she said, but how she made a forgotten problem now a big topical issue – from being personal and passionate.
Well done Francesca….