The Broadcast Voice, Volume 1
Anyone working - or aspiring to work - as a radio or TV presenter will benefit from Jenni Mills' experience. This inspirational book and tutorial-packed CD provide unique access to the advice previously only available through her one-on-one coaching sessions.
Jenni teaches how to get the best from your voice in front of the microphone through techniques and exercises designed specifically for broadcasting. She covers both the physical aspects of voice production and the mind-set needed to broadcast with authority and warmth. Audio and video clips on the accompanying CD-Rom illustrate the dos and don'ts discussed in the book as well as demonstrating voice exercises.
* Features a CD-Rom packed with tailor-made examples and tutorials
* A unique voice coaching package tailored for broadcasters at any level of experience
* Written by an experienced presenter who has coached thousands of broadcast voices
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