Don’t miss the plentiful opportunities to develop your profile by appearing in the press and broadcast media.
Our key media training course is a one-day session for up to four people from your organisation where you will build confidence and hone your messages so you become an accomplished media spokesperson.
Our training takes place at a live broadcast centre in Exeter, or we can come to you. We’ll get you interview-ready, and show you the tricks of the trade, so you’re set to shine when it comes to talking to journalists or appearing on air.
The media experience
Our courses mix theory and practical exercises, and you will get to experience the nerves and the thrill which come with appearing on camera and in front of a microphone.
The radio environment
Feel what it is like being on air on a radio talk show
The TV interview
Face the cameras and lights as you appear on television
The press conference
Cope with the rapid questions from the press pack
How it works
Make an enquiry – talk to us about who you are an what you need. Email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll call you back
Reserve a day – our courses generally run 0930 to 1630 weekdays at Radio Exe’s broadcast suite in Exeter, but we can come to you if you wish
Enjoy the experience – it’s intense, but fun, and we’ll send you the video evidence of your day afterwards!
Who we are
Radio Exe is one of the UK’s few independent commercial radio stations, broadcasting across Devon and East Cornwall.
Focused unashamedly on local content and packed with news and information from the south west, we’re the only professional radio station broadcasting daytime programmes seven days a week from Devon.
And we operate the Local Democracy Reporting Service for Devon. This BBC-funded scheme ensures high standards of journalism to cover democratic institutions in the county.
Our trainers are all hugely experienced journalists or broadcasters, with backgrounds in local, national or international media and business.