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MERGE YOUR ON-AIR PRESENCE WITH YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA PRESENCE TO EXPAND YOUR AUDIENCE

Your on-air presence is a character that brings information and personality to viewers. People tune in to not only hear the news, but hear it from someone they trust. Merging this presence with your social media presence seamlessly expands this character to a much bigger audience. It may seem like a daunting task, but you can successfully merge these…

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On-Air Presence

Camera Presence Talent must be aware of their light source and camera position, framing, and movement and “hit their marks” (without the audience being aware they are hitting their marks) as directed. Learn how to read from a teleprompter. Depending on the form or style, learn when it is appropriate or inappropriate to look directly into the camera (at…

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Face your fears

4  People who lack confidence avoid or run away from their fears; they try not to depart their comfort zones. Self-confident people learn to swim by jumping in the water, or deal with a fear of heights by skydiving. Get out of your comfort zone, and when you achieve success doing so, use it as evidence in your confidence-building…

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Look the part.

3  Looking authoritative and looking confident have many similarities, but you can’t really master the former without first nailing the latter. It may seem naive to think that looking confident can make you feel more confident, and yet it is true for many people. Practice good posture. Take your personal grooming and dressing routines seriously. Look in the mirror…

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Focus on your positives.

2  People with low self-confidence tend to compare themselves to unrealistic idealizations of others, and thereby find themselves always coming up short. Instead of holding yourself to impossible standards and focusing on your failures, work on training yourself to emphasize your successes. Focus on why you deserve to have authority. Keep an updated list of personal accomplishments and positive…

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Claim the stage.

4 Making eye contact and facing the audience have already been mentioned in this article, but there are additional steps you can take to demonstrate command of the room when you are addressing a group of people. You want all eyes on you as much as possible. Walk around the stage or the part of the room you are…

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Building Confidence in Your Authoritative Self

1 Embrace the power of self-confidence. All your efforts to appear more authoritative will likely fall short if you lack essential self-confidence. You have to believe you can wield authority, and deserve to have it, in order to express and use it effectively. While it is true that some people are naturally more confident than others, self-confidence is also…

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