The Art of the Interview
ISBN number: 978-1-60467-232-9
Producer: Films Media Group
Subject: Career Education
Grade Level: 9 - 12, Post Secondary
Country Of Origin: U.S.
Copyright Year: 2008
Running Time: 49
Featuring Emmy Award-winning writer, director, and documentary producer Patti Obrow White, this program explores the art and science of conducting journalistic interviews. White shares her knowledge of numerous topics, such as preparing to meet the subject, establishing a relationship quickly, understanding the pressure points of an interview, speaking with children, and dealing with difficult subjects like "the reactor," "the avoider," "the salesman," and "the bad guy." The result is an excellent resource for aspiring reporters, writers, and documentary producers, as well as police officers, private investigators, and attorneys. Employers and job applicants seeking an employer's perspective will also benefit from White's advice.
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